The Accommodation Project provides free accommodation to the child and the family during the child's cancer treatment. The child and the family are put up in Dharamshalas surrounding the Tata Memorial hospital.
The Survivor Project works towards regular testing and rehabilitation of children who beat cancer, not only reducing the recovery period but also ensuring lesser relapse cases by timely and routine testing.
Children at the OPD receive a lollipop from the Doctor ensuring faster bonding & expediting the check-up process ensuring a comfort level between Doctors & Patients & more time for Doctors to see other children.
Various products such as diapers, milk powder, biscuits, Alpenliebe lollipops, walnuts & almonds, roasted packets, chocolate eclairs, small bouncing balls, small toy cars and colouring books with felt pens sent to TMH Paediatrics once a month on a need basis.
After receiving feedback from children undergoing treatment that the hospital environment is dull, the Helping Hands Foundation has recently had all the walls in the Paediatric OPD painted and is in the process of having the murals painted on walls.
One of the first projects of the Helping Hands Foundation which is currently discontinued was the Nutrition Project, where we supplied the daily nutrition requirements to the children undergoing cancer treatment at the Tata Memorial Hospital.