Where Your Money Goes

To view a list of KatCanDo’s donations since 2004 to local organisations caring for cancer patients, please click here.

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The KatCanDo Charity has been set up to provide funds to help in the treatment of cancer patients in South West Surrey /
North East Hampshire under the care of Frimley Park, Farnham and North Hampshire Hospitals; Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice, Farnham; and other nearby hospitals and organisations dealing with cancer patients e.g., Christopher’s Hospice (Guildford), Marie Curie and MacMillian Cancer Support.

The aims of the charity are:
• to assist and contribute to the well-being, health and treatment of all cancer patients regardless of the cancer site or origin.

• to provide funding for diagnostic, therapeutic and palliative equipment and other resources related to cancer treatment that are not automatically provided by the NHS

• to improve the services needed by cancer patients so that they benefit from the most up-to-date technology, treatment and facilities

• to provide funding for staff training and teaching aids.

• to help to provide amenities for the comfort of cancer patients and the terminally ill patients.

What we do is dictated to some extent by local health professionals and what they require. These people who ask for our assistance include nurses, specialist cancer doctors and consultants at local hospitals in Frimley, Basingstoke and Farnham plus those at hospices in Guildford and Farnham.

Our work is aimed at assisting and contributing to the well-being, health and treatment of all cancer patients. Under the guidance of consultants and medical advisors KatCanDo has provided a variety of equipment and services including artificial larynxes, haematology scanners, blood analysers, nursing beds, a Breast cosmetic surgery kit, syringe drivers,  and much more. We have also provided funding for therapeutic and palliative resources and the provision of the most advanced diagnostic equipment so that cancer patients can benefit from state-of-the-art technologies, treatments and facilities not always provided by the NHS.