Shoutout to Faircape Dairies ~ Thank You!

Little Fighters Cancer Trust would like to send out a special shout-out to Faircape Dairies for their continued and heartfelt Support. We are highly appreciative of your support and passion for what we do and look forward to continuing our partnership for many years! In September 2013, Child Cancer Awareness Month, Faircape Dairies made a […]

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Swim for Hope Heading to Italy

  Swim for Hope is heading to Italy’s warmer waters! Carina Bruwer will be attempting a rare crossing of the Strait of Bonifacio (15km) between Corsica (France) and Sardinia (Italy) on 15 June, which has been officially achieved only once before by a trio of British swimmers. On 20 June Carina will attempt an unprecedented […]

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Little Fighters Cancer Trust – DStv Care More Video

THANK YOU to Marleux Feyt, who has provided us with this slightly edited version of the Little Fighters Cancer Trust ad, which is currently running on a variety of DSTV Channels. This was made possible by the amazing Support LFCT has from YOU the Public, as a Supporter’s sms was randomly chosen from thousands. We […]

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Swim For Hope

  2014 Swim For Hope 6 March: DRAMATIC 8KM “SWIM FOR HOPE” PRODUCES RECORDS PRESS RELEASE 6/3/2014: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE All fourteen swimmers who participated in today’s Swim For Hope – an extreme open water swim around Cape Point – successfully complete the 8km swim, while both the male and female records for the route […]

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A Prayer For The Owner Of The Empty Swing

I came across this beautiful post on Better Off Read   A Prayer For The Owner Of The Empty Swing the swing sits silently no child to make it go was there an accident or infertility, this I do not know could it be her finger never a ring did wear time traversed just leaving with […]

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Where Have All The Children Gone…?

In South Africa, many many more children die of cancer each year than is necessary. In this modern era of high-tech medical treatment some 70% of childhood cancers are completely curable.. if diagnosed in time! How is it then that in South Africa we only have a 20% survival rate for childhood cancer? How? My […]

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