We are committed to assist under privileged children, unemployed pensioners and families living with different ill threatening diseases with food parcels, finances, clothing, education, prosthesis, counselling and assisting with lifts to hospitals.
It is 3 years since Lydia first encountered breast cancer, she was 44 years old then. Lydia is a mother of a son 27 years old and a daughter 21 years old, no grand children. She is the youngest of 5 sisters, with one brother.The thought of facing breast cancer was shocking to her and to the family, as she was the only one in the entire family who had the disease.
In March 2013, a lump suddenly appeared and Lydia went immediately to the doctor. The result was an early diagnosis of breast cancer which later led to a masectomy. Lydia was blessed not to go through the experience of chemotherapy and radiation. She attributes her survival to early detection.More »
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