CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation
CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation South Africa is a national organisation and was established by parents of children diagnosed with cancer in 1979. These parents recognised the emotional, financial and other hardships faced by parents and other family members, as well as children undergoing outpatient treatment. CHOC’s core business is to support children with cancer and life-threatening blood disorders and their families. Through our different programmes of support we try to alleviate as much stress and strain as possible, ensuring that both the parents and the children maintain an optimistic outlook that is so crucial to a positive outcome.
CHOC is hosting a breakfast as Clem Sunter explores “The world and South Africa beyond 2015 – How a Fox sees it” on 18 September 2015 in Johannesburg.
Clem Sunter is South Africa’s most highly regarded scenario planner and strategist. He was responsible for the setup of the scenario planning unit of Anglo American in the 1980’s and operated as it’s CEO 1990’s.
Key themes include:
- How to think about the future like a fox
- The flags changing the global economy
- The possibilities for South Africa
Enquiries, contact: 011 486 1212
For more about CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation, refer to http://www.choc.org.za.