New Images: ECCT Delivers March Food Hampers

We can’t believe it’s March already! Happy March month to you…and with that…the ECCT has started off March with a delivery of Probrands Foods sponsored hampers to the five marginalized cancer patients we are supporting this year through our Sponsor a Cancer Patient Campaign. The ECCT Team made a delivery for the February and March 2013 hampers at the end of last week.

Below are some of the happy images of the delivery…

16 year old Takudzwa - the youngest of the patients we are supporting, in his home in Harare.

16 year old Takudzwa – the youngest of the patients we are supporting, in his home in Harare. Takudzwa has Ewing sarcoma – a cancer which has left him paralysed.

Clement, an ECCT volunteer with the lovely Takudzwa.

Clement, an ECCT volunteer with the lovely Takudzwa.

Clement, one of our volunteers delivering a Probrands food hamper to Takudzwa’s grandmother in their home.

Clement, one of ECCT's volunteers delivering a Probrands Foods hamper to Takudzwa's grandmother.

Clement, one of ECCT’s volunteers delivering a Probrands Foods hamper to one of the patients we are supporting – Virimayi (pictured left). Virimayi has a cancerous jaw mass on his face which has amongst other things, caused him to lose some of his teeth.

Clement, an ECCT volunteer with the sister of one of the patients we are supporting, Sarah. Sarah was in Marondera on the day we delivered the hampers.

Clement, an ECCT volunteer with the sister of one of the patients we are supporting, Sarah. Sarah was in Marondera on the day we delivered the hampers to her home in Hatcliffe.

Clement, with one of the patients we are supporting, Rejoice. Rejoice was diagnosed with cervical cancer.

Clement, with one of the patients we are supporting, Rejoice. outside her home in Hatcliffe. Rejoice was diagnosed with cervical cancer.

Clement with one of the patients we are supporting - Sipelile, outside her home in Hatcliffe. Sipelile was diagnosed with cervical cancer.

Clement with one of the patients we are supporting – Sipelile, outside her home in Hatcliffe. Sipelile was diagnosed with cervical cancer.

And a big thank you to Probrands Foods Zimbabwe for making a difference in the lives of five marginalised cancer patients’ in Zimbabwe.

*Visit Probrands website here.

*Support Probrands Facebook page here.

*And if you haven’t seen our relaunched website, have a peek at it here.

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