Organisational support for cancer patients

A cancer diagnosis can be very overwhelming, and the cancer journey a long, hard road to travel.

Icon Oncology’s holistic approach to enabling the right care for all means we don’t only concentrate on putting you at the centre of an integrated network of oncology-focused professionals, programmes and infrastructure, but also ensure you receive the right support too.

Below are some wonderful organisations and groups that we’ve partnered with to offer support to cancer patients and to help you on your journey.

The Sunflower Fund

Education, awareness, recruitment and testing of blood donors

People Living with Cancer

Peer to peer cancer support and projects

Love your Nuts

Testicular cancer support and awareness

Bosom Buddies

An open forum where women feel that they can come forward with their concerns


A special cancer awareness and education-based organisation


Quality palliative care for all

Look Good, Feel Better

Helping women affected by cancer in a practical and positive way


Childhood Cancer Foundation South Africa

Reach for Recovery

Breast Cancer support for women and men


The voice of men with cancer

Cancer Alliance

Collective South African Voices for Cancer

Pink Trees for Pauline

Pink Trees for Pauline’s purpose is to create awareness, unite communities and raise money for those afflicted with cancer in a uniquely inspired way… by turning towns pink!

AmaBele Belles

A “floating support” group which provides support and inspiration to women living with breast cancer

My Breast Health Foundation

Educates South African women on breast health issues

Igazi Foundation

Igazi Foundation lobbies provincial and national government to improve haematological services


National Council Against Smoking

Sinomusanothando Community Development

Brings hope and love

Vrede Foundation

For young people with cancer


CANSA’s purpose is to lead the fight against cancer in South Africa

Little Fighters Cancer Trust

Strives to relieve some of the heartache and difficulties faced by childhood cancer affected families

SA Oncology Social Workers Forum

Encourages excellence in the psycho-social care of people with cancer, their families and caregivers.