How Donations are spent
The Bahrain Cancer Society focuses it resources on balanced programs of research, education, advocacy, and service. The funds raised by the Bahrain Cancer Society are used to provide hope for the future, progress toward a cure, and answers to cancer questions and concerns.
17% – Prevention & Education
Programs that provide the public and health professionals with information and education to prevent cancer occurrence or to reduce the risk of developing cancer
12% – Patient Services
Programs to assist cancer patients and their families to ease the burden of cancer for them
14% – Detection / Treatment
Programs that are directed at finding cancer before it is clinically apparent, and provide information and education about cancer treatments for a cure, recurrence, symptom management, and pain control
39% – Research
Financial support provided to academic institutions and scientists to seek new knowledge about the causes, prevention, and cure of cancer, and to conduct epidemiological and behavioral studies.
17% – Fundraising, Management and General
Programs to secure charitable financial support for the Society’s programs, including participation at fundraising events, materials for soliciting donations, maintenance of donor records, and fundraising volunteer recruitment and training; direction of the overall affairs of the Society through executive, financial, and administrative services