ECCT Latest Update on Patients: May 2015

1 of our Project Coordinators with Tanya who is now writing her Grade 7 exams. We recently paid for Tanya to sit her exams. She has been doing so well - being an A star student in her school.

1 of our Project Coordinators (Clement) with Tanya who is now writing her Grade 7 exams. We recently paid for Tanya to sit her exams. She has been doing so well – being an A star student in her school.

We can’t believe it’s May 2015 already! Where has the year been going? We are so grateful for the support that we have been receiving, with the last donation of AUSD$1000 coming from the Carlton United Breweries Punters Club in Australia. With this donation we have been able to assist the patients and their families tremendously, by  paying for the next 2 school terms for the children we are supporting along with buying food hampers for each family which will last them for 2 months.

Please see images below for May’s wonderful visit to the patients.

Marcia, the daughter of 1 of the patients we support (Rejoice) who is now in Grade 6 at Hatcliffe Primary School . This is her holding her latest school fees receipts for the next 2 terms.

Marcia, the daughter of 1 of the patients we support (Rejoice) who is now in Grade 6 at Hatcliffe Primary School . This is her holding her latest school fees receipts for the next 2 terms.

The son of 1 of the patients who we cared for (Sipelile) who sadly passed away. Here Clement our Project Coordinator is delivering a food hamper to the family.

The son of 1 of the patients who we cared for (Sipelile) who sadly passed away. Here Clement our Project Coordinator is delivering a food hamper to the family.

Clement delivering a food hamper to the family of Sarah, 1 of the patients we care for.

Clement delivering a food hamper to the family of Sarah, 1 of the patients we care for.

The mother of 1 the patients who we cared for (Virimayi) who passed away. Here she is receiving a food hamper.

The mother of 1 the patients who we cared for (Virimayi) who passed away. Here she is receiving a food hamper.

Lots of smiles as the food hampers are delivered.

Lots of smiles as the food hampers are delivered.

Clement delivering a food hamper to Virimayi's mum.

Clement delivering a food hamper to Virimayi’s mum.

Thank you all for your support! The next fundraising event is the Age Run Melbourne on Sunday 26 July 2015, where we are inviting all Australian based volunteers to run with us to support the cancer patients and their families. Runners can choose to enter the 5km, 10km, 21km or 42km races. Visit the Run Melbourne website here for more information.

*To learn more about what the ECCT does, please visit our website by clicking here now.

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