The Cancer Treatment Foundation Raised 1.8
Million in Revenue in 2017 and Supported 100 People
State Decoration to be Bestowed upon Head of Gift of Life
Cancer Treatment Foundation Toivo Tänavsuu
The Order of the Red Cross, 4th class, will be
bestowed upon Toivo Tänavsuu by the President of Estonia ahead of the Estonian
centennial for his helping of cancer patients. Also, on the 5th four
years passed since the foundation of the Gift of Life Cancer Treatment
Audience of Memory 2018 Concert Tour Donated Nearly 4800
Euros to Cancer Patients
The Gift of Life Cancer Treatment
Foundation raised donations during the Vanemuine Theatre's concert tour Memory,
doing it for the fourth year in a row. This time the audience raised nearly
4800 euros for the foundation.
Help Us Make a Hundred Gifts of Life for Estonia's Anniversary!
For Estonia's first centennial the Hille Tänavsuu Gift of Life Cancer
Treatment Foundation wishes to give a hundred Estonian cancer patients a chance
to live a fulfilling life with their loved ones, or even recover.
State Gives Cancer Treatment Foundation 90,000 Euros
The parliament of Estonia made a decision in December to
donate 90,000 euros to the Gift of Life Cancer Treatment Foundation from the
state budget as an operating grant, or so-called political protection money.
This is the first time in its four years of operation the foundation has had an
opportunity to use public funds.
314,000 Euros Was Raised in
the Month of Christmas and We Gave a Helping Hand to 20 People
December, the Gift of Life Cancer Treatment Foundation raised 314,000 euros –
an absolute monthly record for tfoundation that proves the great kindness of
the Estonian people.
Audience of the State
Concert Institute Eesti Kontsert Raised More than 3300 Euros for Cancer
Volunteers of the
Gift of Life Cancer Treatment Foundation collected donations at the concerts of
State Concert Institute Eesti Kontsert at the Estonia Theatre in Tallinn,
Vanemuine Theatre in Tartu, and the Jõhvi and Pärnu Concert Halls around New
Year's Eve. More than 3300 euros was raised for the foundation all in all.
"Inglite aeg" Charity Programme Raised
128,476 Euros for the Cancer Treatment Foundation
The "Inglite aeg" charity programme broadcast
on 18 December on TV3 Estonia raised funds for five people in need, two of whom – a
family man named Erik and a grandmother named Irene – are supported by the Gift
of Life cancer treatment foundation.
The Grand Waffle Rally of the Gift of
Life Cancer Treatment Foundation Raised Nearly 20,000 Euros
In the run-up to Christmas, volunteers of
the Gift of Life cancer treatment foundation made nearly 4000 waffles with the
help of Vahvlihaldjad café. The boxed waffles then made it to the gift bags of
companies and institutions, which together donated nearly 20,000 euros for