We’re giving 3 donors the chance to win a 5 day trip to Lahore, to visit Shaukat Khanum Hospital and meet Imran Khan!
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We rely on your support. Will you donate your zakat towards the treatment of one of our cancer patients?
Give sadaqah jariya towards hospital equipment that will help us treat cancer patients for many years to come.
Our volunteers are game-changers. If you believe we can restore hope despite all the odds, join our team today.
We need public support to deliver vital cancer care and treatment to patients in need. Can you help us?
Trying to work out your annual zakat contribution? Use our zakat calculator, and find out who your zakat can help.
Want to fundraise for IKCA? Got the motivation but need the inspiration? We have you covered.
Sadaqah, meaning ‘charity’, is the voluntary act of giving in Islam. The Holy Qur’an describes it as ‘a beautiful loan.’
With your help, we’re able to provide free cancer treatment for those who can’t afford it. Please donate to keep the hope alive
In the fight against cancer, every penny counts. And we always put your money where it’s needed most.
In 1994, we were inaugurated by Imran Khan, who was personally affected by cancer. Here’s how it all began.
From sports to philanthropy. Cricket legend, Imran Khan has touched more lives off the field than while he was on it.
We believe in free cancer care for patients who can’t afford it. Because everyone deserves an equal chance at life.
SKMCH is our cancer hospital. It’s the only hospital in Pakistan which treats poor cancer patients free of charge.
Our Laboratory Collection Centres allow us to help patients in hard to reach areas and are vital to our work.
From fundraising info to where you’re donations go; here are some FAQs you might find useful.
Have a question you can’t find the answer to? We’re always happy to hear from you. Here’s how you can get in touch.
IKCA are the staff in our hospitals, the volunteers who support us, the donors who fund us and the patients who make our work worthwhile. Here are our stories.
Here are some of our favourite letters and messages of support we’ve received from IKCA’s donors over the years.
Your support over Ramadan has ensured we can continue providing free cancer care for needy patients in Pakistan.
A selection of videos about our appeals, volunteers, fundraisers, and about the hospital itself. Please watch and share.
Cancer refers to many diseases characterized by the development of abnormal cells. There are over 200 different types of cancer.
In order to spot changes that could be caused by cancer, it’s important to know what is ‘normal’ for your body.
There are six main types of treatment for cancer. Different cancers are treated in different ways, which often combine methods.
In the fight against cancer, the best action we can take is to prevent it. Healthy living is key.
Here you’ll find some statistics about cancer incidence, mortality and causes, both globally and in Pakistan.