Victoria's Promise is a charity founded in the memory of Victoria van der Westhuizen who passed way of cancer at age 29. Victoria's Promise now provide social, emotional, physical and practical care for local young women with all types of cancer, whilst also supporting their partners and children.
VP Services include a Personal Care Guardian & mentor, counselling & coaching available for all the family. Specialist Oncology Massages to reduce anxiety, pain & nausea. Advice & tutorials on safe products to use throughout chemotherapy, & the sourcing & funding of high quality wigs. Childcare support & Cleaning services to support the family home. Post Treatment Nutritional Therapy to support recovery & help prevent recurrence. VP Women’s Monthly Network Workshops to reduce isolation, bringing young women together in a safe, fun & educational environment.
Victoria's Promise are also a force for cancer prevention, researching and communicating information that aims to drastically reduce the number of cancer occurrences and recurrences.
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We believe in reducing suffering through preventing illness and promoting life, allowing people the freedom to flourish with or without cancer. Inspired and fuelled by the promise of Victoria van der Westhuizen, backed by quality research.
Cancer should not stop you living your best life.
A time when leading personalised cancer care is available to all. Where preventable cancers are prevented, survivable cancers survived, and individuals empowered and supported to attain the best quality of life.
Our mission, starting with young women, is to make certain that every individual going through cancer, is provided with personalised support and treatment services that best increase the chance of survival and the quality of life.
To be a progressive force for cancer prevention; researching and communicating information that will drastically reduce the number of cancer occurrences and recurrences.
Charity No: 1156377
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