Kythe Child Life Services
This aims to provide psycho-social support that alleviates the anxiety of pediatric patients who suffer from illness such as cancer, heart condition, kidney disease, and blood disorders.
Kythe provides families with information on basic access to medicines and treatment. The approach to enabling families to cope with their children’s condition includes counseling and bereavement support.
Adopt A Patient
The recovery of the child-patient is Kythe’s priority. Through this program, assistance for necessary medical procedures, medicines, laboratory and other expenses are allocated with the hope of providing the child-patient a continuing healing process.
The donation of PHP 6,000 ($118) covers a month of medical assistance to supplement procedures such as blood transfusions, X-rays, and CT scans; medicines such as antibiotics and vitamins. Transportation expenses are included.
Burdened with the expenses of chemotherapy and other medical expenses, education for children with cancer and other chronic illnesses, more often than not, takes the back seat. In an effort to deliver a more holistic care to our patients, Kythe survivors’ program aims to provide educational assistance to the patients who are willing to continue their studies and pursue a degree in college.
A monthly commitment of PHP 6,000 ($118) shall cover the daily allowance of the student including transportation, meals and other expenses that would be incurred.
Share A Fare
A donation of PHP 6,000 ($118) a month for a year will help children comply to medical treatment. This will also cover attendance to hospital activities where the children can learn, play and enjoy childhood.
Help us provide pediatric patients with opportunities to learn, play and grow through Tele-Child Life sessions. Through this campaign, parents, teens, children and Kythe team can maintain valued virtual connections in this time of pandemic.
You can help 1 child patient for PHP 100 ($5), 3 child patients for PHP 300, ($15), 5 child patients for PHP 500 ($25), and 10 child patients for PHP 1000 ($50).