On-going Sadaka/ Naming opportunity :

The main direct contributions to Patient care remain to be the donations allocated by ECN members to the naming opportunity program that Egypt Cancer Network 57357 shares with its partners (AFNCI) and the Children’s Cancer Hospital Egypt 57357 (CCHE). The Naming Opportunity program is specially crafted to honor or commemorate your loved ones while simultaneously providing the framework from which CCHE and the National Cancer Institute (NCI) can continue to treat Egypt’s cancer-stricken children. Indeed donations to this program directly serve to increase the endowment funds that ensure a steady and constant income which is utilized in offering top quality healthcare services to our patients at Hospital 57357 and the National Cancer Institute’s new outpatient clinics.

At Hospital 57357, the donor selects an area or an equipment to be named in return for a specified donation value. In recognition and gratitude for his gift, the name of the donor or any family member of his choice alive or deceased will be put on a plaque at the selected area/ equipment. A legal contract is signed with the donor to protect  his rights with respect to the contract agreement  for as long as the Hospital exists

You can donate by choosing one of the different kinds of On –Going Sadaka listed below:

On-going Sadaka for Medical Equipment:

You can donate the estimated value of a medical equipment of your choice

Donations exceeding $. 1,000: could be either paid fully or in installments over a maximum period of two years. In recognition of your donation, ,your name or the name of any family member of your choice alive or deceased will be put on a plaque in the area next to the equipment. A legal contract is signed with the donor to protect forever his rights with respect to the contract agreement .

Donations less than $. 1,000: to be paid in full to cover cost of medical and surgical tools. In gratitude, the name of the Donor is stated on the Hospital’s website, and a formal recognition letter is remitted to him acknowledging his rights of everlasting ownership of the naming opportunity.

On- going Sadaka for areas :

You can donate the estimated value of construction of an area inside the Hospital premises or the National Cancer Institute new out-patient clinics with a minimum amount of $.1500. In gratitude for the donor’s contribution, his name or the name of any family member of his choice -alive or deceased- will be put on a plaque in the selected area. A legal contract is signed with the donor to protect his everlasting right to this naming opportunity.

On-going Sadaka for construction works:        

You can contribute with any amount to the construction works of 57357’s new capacity and program expansion to transform the hospital into a Health Sciences Campus. Click here if you want to know more about 57357’s expansion

On-going Sadaka for maintenance works:

You can contribute to maintenance of facilities and equipment with a minimum amount of $100.

On-going Sadaka for the joint 57357/Dana Farber Boston Children’s fellowship training program:

The program is designed to teach its fellows the essentials of patient care, performing research in oncology through collaboration with faculty members and mentors while also strengthening the relationship between the American and Egyptian pediatric oncology communities. Through this highly customized program, fellows are trained to engage in improving the performance of their own health systems, adapting knowledge to specific contexts, while integrating global findings in an increasingly interdependent world. The cost of the training for one participant is $70,000. In gratitude, the name of the Donor is linked to the fellowship.

If you are interested in this program you can donate on-line by  clicking on the “Donate Now” button for more information please fill the below  information form and our donation specialist will contact you.

Please fill-in the following application form :

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