Large scale change management is never possible without the support of long term partners
Jiv Daya Foundation in the United States, is a significant partner of NOP all over India and a key donor, supporting through manpower, knowledge, hardware and training. Jiv Daya Foundation is a private not-for-profit, non-governmental foundation founded, in 2002, by Dr. Vinay Jain and his family. Simply stated, the mission of Jiv Daya Foundation is to provide the necessary infrastructure for quality cancer treatment for children. Jiv Daya Foundation seeks to address pediatric oncology health care issues in India by focusing on pediatric oncology treatment and support services, and training for physicians, nurses, and social workers to treat and cure children with cancer.
Indo American Cancer Association (IACA) enables fundraising from the USA, through the CanKids India Patient Fund and actively supports the Adopt a Child Program.
Pallium India is a Partner & Advisor for Pain and Palliative Care Programs.
Ms Poonam Bagai is the Vice Chairman of the Trust as well as Chairman CanKids. Pallium India is a national registered charitable trust formed to fulfil the need for a stable organization working at the national level to fight for needs of the suffering millions in India who are in need of pain relief and palliative care. Most of the trustees are people who have done pioneering work in the field of palliative care in the country.
Ekam Foundation is CanKids’ Partner for cancer care of underprivileged children in Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra, India. Ekam Foundation works for the healthcare of underprivileged children in India. The foundation supports hospitalization of children (below 19 years) admitted in private hospitals. Additionally, Ekam maintains and sources equipment for government pediatric hospitals and rents ventilators and provides lab support and necessary medicines.
Karunakare Foundation is CanKids’ Partner for support of children and families at GCRI Ahmedabad. Karuna Kare Foundation was created in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, in October, 2004, by a cancer patient who himself had experienced the trauma of this disease. KKF was started with a simple idea of creating a voluntary support group to provide emotional support to cancer patients and their families/care givers. It has been formed with an aim to support cancer patients socially, emotionally and financially.