CanSupport helped us out when my mother was ill post her cancer treatment. They were very professional and also persistent in making sure they visited us. Three people came over - a nurse, a doctor and a psychologist - for each visit. Great organization.
Cansupport is a testimony to the fact that the members of this organisation have truly made a difference in alleviating the pain of the cancer patients and their families. I had an opportunity to work in this organisation and the one to one interaction with the patients and their family members was a very humbling experience....
Having been a teacher all throughout,I have always wanted to help and interact with children.This urge took me to many orphanages in my spare time in many parts of the world.Once we came to Delhi,I told many people of my wish and by then had decided that I would not work.Yes,I now had all the time and wanted to involve myself for a good cause.Through one of my friends,I came to know about CanSupport and very shortly I ended up going for their Interview for Volunteers.Though they require volunteers,they are particular about people who work there and thats how they have a wonderful team of very committed people-so caring,so warm and so humane.Everytime I go there,I end up appreciating more and more and thanks to them am learning to Give with a smile to the patients who come there(not money but an ear to listen to their pain, a heart which understands their problems of everyday life,a smile that says"I am with you".I marvel their courage to face cancer day in and day out and this has been possible by the wonderful team of committed workers who have gone thr this themselves.I salute them.
I have known CanSupport and their dedicated staff for many years. Being a photographer I went with the Cansupport team and visited many homes to document patients in terminal cancer cases and meet with their families to bring solaceand advice in how to care for such patients. It was heart-wrenching but commendable work. We put up a photo exhibition at the British Council, Newe Delhi to bring more awareness and raise funds.The team really needsmore support and more funds to continue their work.
I am Dr.Lingegowda.K.B. Professor and Head. Dept of Palliative Medicine, Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology, Bangalore, India, happy to share about the activity of Cansupport for the Cancer patients of Delhi and surrounding places. The most important thing which can be given is care when there is no cure, which is being given by the Cansupport group for the cancer afflicted patients. Specially the awareness programmes conducted by Cansupport to create the awareness of Palliative care for common public is reaaly great. I wish them success. dr.Lingegowda.K.B Professor and Head Dept of Palliative medicine Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology Bangalore 560 029 India Mobile. 00 91 9845226581
I would like to support CanSupport's entry for the 2009 InDiya Shine Awards. I am Chief Executive of St Christopher's Hospice, Founded by Dame Cicely Saunders in 1967 and widely recognised as the forerunner of the hospice novement. I have done some training for CanSupport and have been on home visits in Delhi with their nurses. The programme is outstanding. They have highly skilled staff and an excellent volunteer programme. Their Day Care is creative. They offer outstanding support to a varied patient population, including some of the most deprived and vulnerable.
I am working with can support non profit organization.I met Hermala the president of this organization 11 years ago. Its an excellant group working for the cancer patients. Especialy the poor and the oppressed people.I have been lucky to the part of this organization for the past 11 Years.
As a journalist, I have covered several non-profit organizations. But Harmala Gupta and her CanSupport come to my mind the foremost when I think of serious dedication and service to the people. It has, what we perceive – the human touch! The organization has been working for social betterment, free of political affiliations and religio-political burdens. I can vouch that CanSupport has benefited several thousand people directly or indirectly. Aware that the problem is not just in implementing it in a different mould, CanSupport has made a difference by changing the entire perception of reaching out to the cancer patients. The level of ideas and beliefs flowing through this organization are simply amazing. It breaks the formal barriers and approaches the people directly. Seen in terms of finances or recognition, the returns are minimal. But that has never been a hindrance for this organization. It only takes into account the genuine concern for the sufferers. Wishing CanSupport all the success.
My experience with Can Support has been really very good.I have had a very close interaction with the team. I am amazed with their honest dedication to the cancer patients.Their visits are so regular.The councellors ,doctors and the matrons give regular advice to the patients and the patients really look forward to the weekly visits.The geniune affections showered to the patients and their family members is amazing. Doctor Minoo and her team took care of my aunt at 27/169 Vikram Vihar,Lajpat Nagar -iv,New Delhi from Aug2005 toJune 2006.My family and self will ever remain indebted to the Can Support Team for their support.
I am a very skeptical person when it comes to the funding for organizations so before I got involved with this one. I did my due diligence of checking it out to make sure about the work they were doing and their integrity as an organization. I got involve because I was impressed. It is impressive to see how they manage to do so much with such limited resources. How they are so consious about how the many is spent. The benefit that people recieve from the services of this organization. It is a privilage to helped them.