Please fill out this simple volunteer registration form
WORLD CANCER DAY 2020
The World Cancer Day is a day set aside annually to raise awareness about cancer, its risk factors and encourage individuals around the world to take responsibility for their health by making healthier lifestyle choices and getting screened.
With over 9.6 million people globally said to die every year from cancer-related conditions, the Volunteer Medical Corps is set to shine the light of hope to people and families affected by cancer around the world on the 4th of February 2020.
Join us as we change the narrative!
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
● Visit a hospital with relief materials within 50+ miles. (It takes a step to put a smile on someone's face).
● With $30 and above, you can sponsor hygiene kits for cancer patients in low income communities. (You don't have be there physically but your giving will definitely go a long way).
● Gift a one-day makeover for cancer patients. (You can organize a couple of your friends and do a complete makeover for a cancer patient: This might involve beautiful wigs, lovely makeup and a photoshoot.
Have them take portrait photographs to remember your visit and their new look.
Share your pictures of the makeover with us via email and let's inspire more people together)
● Organise a sensitisation program focused on cancer prevention in your locality.
● Sponsor distribution of Healing from Heaven books. (With you, we can definitely bring hope to cancer patients all around the world.)
VMC FREE CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING CENTERS
NIGERIA: 21/23 Ize Iyamu Street, off Billingsway Road, Oregun, Ikeja Lagos ( Availabe on the 28th of February 2020)
Through our work in the hospitals and care homes, our teams of volunteers communicate the Gospel of Jesus Christ, inspire faith in both patients and health workers, and provide relief items and Christian resources to those in need.
We provide relief materials, medical supplies, WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) services and other forms of health based support to refugees, internally displaced persons and victims of conflict or disasters.