It is our earnest commitment to provide affordable world-class cancer treatment at the first and only comprehensive cancer care center in Central India with a warm, humane approach towards one & all. While we remain singularly focused & utterly steadfast to attaining this noble objective, it goes without saying that all kind of support & contributions from individuals, foundations, charities and corporates are welcome towards patient care.
Your contribution can help someone initiate, continue or resume their cancer treatment at National Cancer Institute, Nagpur. All proceeds will be accepted humbly, accounted transparently and utilized strictly towards patient care in general or treatment of a particular patient donors seek to sponsor or support.
For children battling cancer, it is an uncomfortable pause to all their educational, intellectual, social and physical developments. We have seen them facing it with unflinching courage and acceptance of circumstances.
This spirit has humbled us to create Central India’s first and only dedicated ‘Pediatric Cancer Ward’ facility at NCI in 2018. The quaternary cancer care center has taken its first firm step forward for children related cancers by providing the treatment free of cost. The special ward is equipped with NICU, PICU, shared rooms, general beds, play areas, books corner along with dedicated, skilled staff and renowned experts.
NCI organizes Free Cancer Screening Sessions for women of age 40-70, for cancers most prevalent in Indian women, creating opportunities for Awareness, Education and Early Detection of Cancer.
Around 2042 women, from different walks of life, have been screened through Ayushmati and are now more aware of the need to get screened for cancer.
All such outreach programs of NCI are aimed to create opportunities for freedom from fear of cancer through prevention, early detection and better prognosis.
The contribution will be directed to Cancer Care Fund of Dr Aabaji Thatte Seva Aur Anusandhan Sanstha (DATSAS), the parent trust of NCI, Nagpur. All donations qualify for tax exemptions under Section 80G of Income Tax Act, 1961. The project is also approved by Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), Govt. of India under Foreign Contribution Regulation Act 2010 (FCRA). If everyone contributes, in their own small ways, to the cause of allaying the fear of cancer for everyone, the fight shall be easier to win. We encourage to you – people from all walks of life - who can join hands with us as a community to help patients and their families fight cancer without any fear.