The Children's Cancer Charity Club Runs Uplifting Campaigns for Indonesia’s Future Leaders Battling Cancer
The Children’s Cancer Charity Club (CCCC) was established to raise awareness about children who are diagnosed with cancer across Indonesia. Cancer is widely known as one of the most malignant diseases that is incredibly hard to contain or eradicate.
For CCCC, it is important not to forget these kids who are battling every single day of their lives to survive and have a future of their own. The foundation has come up with multiple campaigns over the years to make sure that this goal is accomplished. In 2014, for example, CCCC raised a total of Rp.235 million (US$17,600) from 35 companies, while a year later it collected Rp.110 million (US$8,000) from 55 companies. In 2016, CCCC continued its fundraising, collecting Rp.120 million (US$7,000) from 73 companies.
This year, the foundation has completed a series of events to maintain its campaigns. In July, CCCC celebrated National Children’s Day which coincided with the Awareness Month of Children with Cancer. For this celebration, CCCC organized a special Arts and Cultural evening on the July 17, where the obtained funds were donated to the doctorSHARE, a program focusing on providing free medical health services and humanitarian aid.
For those of you interested to support the foundation, please visit www.facebook. com/childrenscancercharityclub/.