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How We Work

 

We raise money for different transport projects around the globe. Then we work with local partners to help those in need get to hospitals, schools or a safe place. We also reunite families. These are life changing journeys. 

 

 
OUR PARTNERS

OUR PARTNERS

OUR APPROACH

OUR APPROACH

OUR SOLUTIONS

OUR SOLUTIONS

 

Our Projects

Myanmar (Burma)

In Myanmar, an estimated 3000 children develop cancer every year. However, only 10% of these children receive the medical treatment they need to survive. 

 
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In a country with more than 50 million people, there is only one hospital than can effectively treat children with cancer. For the majority of families, this hospital is located hundreds of miles away; the journey can take up to three days. Parents earn an average of £2 per day; not enough to pay the travel costs.  Some parents are forced to sell all they have to pay for the journey, including their houses and the cattle they use to feed their families.

Without help, hundreds of children in Myanmar die of cancer each year without receiving specialist medical treatment or adequate palliative care.

With your help and together with World Child Cancer,  we can provide free transport and ensure that children will receive specialist medical treatment, giving them the opportunity to survive.

We believe in a world where everyone has access to education, healthcare and opportunities. Every journey begins with a single step. But what happens next? It is down to you.

Please donate now and help us to transport children with cancer giving them a real chance to survive.

 

 
 

Our Projects

 Together

Please Take Me There helps families to get together.

Do you know someone who wants to spend time with their family but can't afford the travel costs? This year, Please Take Me There is reuniting families, paying for the transport of people in need,  those who are seriously ill, or facing hardship. If you know any case you believe we should be aware of, please email us at hello@pleasetakemethere.org

 
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