Become a regular benefactor of the Gift Of Life!

The cancer treatment foundation has nearly 2000 regular benefactors – people or companies who contribute to the foundation every month, giving light and hope for people suffering a terrible disease.

These 2000 are our jewels. Owing much to them we have managed to support absolutely every cancer patient who has requested our aid and belongs to the foundation's target group this year as well.

Are you already one of our jewels? If not, become a regular benefactor and support cancer patients in the fight for their lives with as little as one or five euros a month.

You can conveniently become a regular benefactor within seconds using the bank link at: www.kingitudelu.ee/annetajale (you can also sign up for our newsletter there).

Donate and share our call – let's keep on giving all cancer patients in Estonia hope and a chance to live!


Our cancer treatment foundation is the winner of the Aadu Luukas Mission Award
The winner of the Aadu Luukas Mission Award was announced yesterday. It was awarded to the Gift of Life cancer treatment foundation. This year three times more people will get support from the foundation than during the previous year ‒ over the last four months alone, the cancer treatment foundation has contributed almost one million euros to the health of Estonian people.
06.12.2018
Circle K and its customers contribute more than 29,000 euros to treatment of cancer patients
Circle K petrol stations sold yellow fund-raising coffee cups at the end of August and in September. Customers who chose a yellow cup contributed 10 cents to the treatment of cancer patients, to which Circle K added 10 cents of its own: 20 cents in total for each coffee drink sold.
19.11.2018
Cancer Treatment Foundation contributes half a million euros to people’s treatment in just two months
Pressure on the Gift of Life foundation is growing all the time. In August and September, 48 people asked the foundation for help, and we contributed a total of 480,000 euros to their treatment. The youngest person to receive help was a 31-year-old woman.
21.10.2018