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This Mother’s Day honor the special mothers in your life by making a tribute gift to ISCC/MAHAK children in her honor.

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ISCC Choose Hope Summer Writing Project

We are inviting all young artists and writers to join us for ISCC’s summer writing and book project. This will be a great opportunity for your child to express their creativity and self-expression.

Volunteers will be working on a motivational 30-day calendar booklet for children with cancer. All design, messaging, drawings, editing and publishing will be done by the volunteer team.

*June 1st - August 31St
*Ages 9-17years old
*Wednesday Workshops from 3pm to 5pm
*Earn community service and volunteer hours
*Target publishing date set for September 2021 (Childhood Cancer Awareness Month)

Our goal is to distribute these books to MAHAK and other local cancer units. Help us bring a ray of hope to children with cancer, whose childhood often takes a backseat to treatments and therapies.

This is a great opportunity for children and young adults to work on a team, publish their work and make a difference for a child with cancer.

To register, please send an email to susan@iscc-charity.org with your name, age and email address.

Everything has changed at MAHAK with the advent of the Coronavirus in the world. MAHAK children used to go to playrooms with their friends but now keep them healthy and protected from the virus is the most important issue so, games and entertainments have been also changed completely.
The 10-year-old Mahya has made these dolls with her artistic hands with the help of psychologists during the days she can’t get together with her friends at playrooms. Mahya’s skills and capability of creating artistic masterpieces will make her renowned one day and we believe she will defeat cancer to make this happen.
We have witnessed numerous victories over cancer during the past 30 years as a result of the care and patronage of the ever-expanding family of MAHAK. Let’s make a wish for MAHAK children to regain health and let’s never leave them alone till this wish comes true.

No matter how big or small you think your support is, every bit helps us get closer to reaching our goal of finding a cure for childhood cancer. ...

April 28th is National Superhero day!
We are celebrating all superheroes including kids with cancer!

“ Sometimes superheroes reside in the hearts of small children fighting big battles “ 🦸🏻💪🏻

You decided to stay home and not step outside unless it was necessary. You went to the fridge three thousand times and opened and closed the door. Two thousand times you went up and down all TV channels. A thousand and two hundred times you looked through the kitchen window. After all this, you watch the clock: it's been exactly three minutes!

Time makes strange jokes: when you want it to pass quietly, it moves as fast as electricity and wind, and when you want it to pass sooner, it seems like they've tied weight on its leg.
The parents of Saeed, the son of Mahak also have such a situation in these Corona days. They got tired of staying at home. Saeed Wali is more patient than all the people of the house. Fighting the disease has taught the little hero to be patient. To deal with time. He knows in his childish world that there is only one way to fight time: if you do something, something that has a purpose, then time will pass by you like a cool spring breeze.

With the help of his parents, Saeed made a small garden behind his small window. A pot of wheat, a pot of lentils, a pot of beans. Saeed's enthusiasm has also been contagious to his parents. Now their little house is full of vases. The son of Mahak Bagh has been brought to their home and time is blowing like a cool breeze in his small garden.

Did you know you can make a donation in lieu of sending flowers for a memorial services?

By donating $100 or more, you can show your respect to friends and family for their loss and make a difference in a child's life with cancer. These banners will be dropped off on the designated date--similar to a flower arrangement--and will be picked after the ceremony. Please contact our office for more information: (949) 679-9911

Join the Cause: Millions of Kids Need Our Help

MAHAK, since inception in 1991 and as a result of over two decades of service has fulfilled a great part of its mission which is to provide comprehensive support for children with cancer, thus reducing child mortality rates and empowering the families of children who suffer from cancer.

Mahak provides supportive, psycho-social and welfare services to the deprived children and their families. Support services include social work, psychology and welfare services. In addition, the charity is responsible for collection of donations and humanitarian assistance from people, institutions and organizations. Fundraising activities include donation boxes, membership schemes, advertising and special projects as well as Public and International Relations that keep rapport with volunteers, donors at national and international level.

This highly specialized pediatric hospital offers the latest methods and technology in detecting and treating childhood cancer such as Leukemia, Brain tumors, Bone tumors, etc.

Mahak’s team of physicians, highly skilled advanced practice nurses with expertise in all aspects of care for children with cancer, psychologists, and social workers are collaborating coherently for early detection and treatment of this catastrophic disease.

Therefore, efforts over the last 24 years have resulted in remarkable increase in cure rate of patients with pediatric cancer.

They also bring together the best minds in pediatric research to set the most effective standards and find out the latest methods of prevention and treatment.Numbers of nationally well-known physicians have gathered to improve the health and safety of children by conducting joint workshops, projects, conferences at national and international level in the field of pediatric cancer.

Every child deserves a chance at a life filled with happiness and health. When a child is diagnosed with cancer, the disease not only changes the child’s life, but the entire family’s life. Coping with the life-threatening illness along with emotional turmoil is a great challenge. Aside from the physical pain and emotional challenges inflicted by cancer, treating this disease is very expensive, often posing financial hardships on families seeking quality treatment for a child with cancer. At ISCC, a kids’ cancer charity, we believe that no child suffering from cancer should be left untreated. Thus, our purpose is to globally increase access to treatment for underprivileged children with cancer. We are strongly committed to supporting these children and their families during the healing process. Our international cancer society is publicly supported through donations from individuals, charitable foundations and businesses that recognize the urgent need to improve treatment and increase cure rates of childhood cancers. We, a charity for children with cancer, invite you to join us in our mission to deliver hope and support to underprivileged cancer stricken children and their families, and in helping children with cancer around the world.
Although coping with a cancer diagnosis and managing the treatments is painful and difficult, it is important to remember that the majority of child cancer patients survive this devastating disease if diagnosed and treated early. A new study put out by the University of Colorado Denver examines the stages and survival rates of cancer. The results of this study indicate that people living in poor neighborhoods have a greater risk of dying from cancer than people with a higher socioeconomic status. In the poorest 25 countries in the world, an estimated 90% of children diagnosed with cancer die. The disparity in survival rates between rich and poor countries is greater for childhood cancers than for any other cancers. Although there has been remarkable progress in the fight against cancer, the incidence of cancer among children is increasing worldwide, particularly in third world countries where access to information and treatment for cancer control is limited or nonexistent. ISCC’s mission is to support children with cancer and make a difference in the lives of cancer-stricken children, adolescents, and their families by providing access to the highest quality care and service possible, regardless of their financial status. ISCC, a charity for children with cancer, is able to do this by raising funds through various vehicles, then granting these funds to hospitals around the world that specialize in treating childhood cancer, such as MAHAK and CHOC Hospital, and cancer research centers, such as St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, around the world.