Canopy works with a number of different providers who are all experts in their respective fields.
Talk to your nurse or specialist today or click on the links below for more information.
The Cancer Society of New Zealand is the leading cancer patient advocate in New Zealand, providing a voice on all kinds of issues including cancer detection and treatment.Visit website >
PINC & STEEL
PINC & STEEL provides support to people affected by cancer, helping them take their first steps on the road to recovery.Visit website >
The Louise Perkins Foundation launched Sweet Louise in 2006 with the single minded vision of improving the quality of life for New Zealanders living with secondary breast cancer.Visit website >
Look Good Feel Better
Look Good Feel better (LGFB) is the only worldwide cancer support charity providing free, practical support for people dealing with the side effects of cancer treatment.Visit website >
Macmillan Cancer Support
From its early beginnings, founded in 1911 by Douglas Macmillan, Macmillan Cancer Support has grown to become the largest cancer care and support charity in the UK.
If you need to talk to your children about your cancer, you may find this resource really helpfulVisit website >
Find up-to-date information about providers, referral expectations, services offered and common treatments via Healthpoint.Visit website >
Living with cancer brings uncertainty but there are targeted treatment options available that may improve quality of life, manage symptoms and have a positive impact on wellbeing.
A cancer diagnosis affects many lives and making informed decisions is vital.
CANCER INFO can help you.Visit website >
American Society of Clinical Oncology
Amercian Society of Clinical Oncology approved information on more than 120 types of cancer and cancer-related syndromes.Visit website >
The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation
The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation (NZBCF) is a not-for-profit, non-government funded charitable trust and is totally reliant on grants and donations.Visit website >
Prostate Cancer Foundation
One of the main goals of PCF is to educate people about prostate problems and prostate cancer in particular. We know that those diagnosed with prostate cancer have special needs. We know because “we have been there”!Visit website >
Gut Cancer Foundation
The Gut Cancer Foundation are a registered New Zealand charity trust set up to help improve outcomes for those with Gastrointestinal Cancer, a cancer not often spoken about, but in actuality the most prevalent in New Zealand.Visit website >
Nationwide Health & Disability Advocacy Service
If you want to know more about your rights when using health and disability services, get questions answered or make a complaint, the Health and Disability Advocacy can help.Visit website >
Health and Disability Commissioner
The Health and Disability Commissioner ensures that “Consumers are at the centre of services”.Visit website >
Mesothelioma is a cancer caused by inhaling or ingesting asbestos fibres. The MesotheliomaGuide is a comprehensive guide that includes up-to-date information about living with mesothelioma. Also check www.mesotheliomaguide.com for additional information.Visit website >
The BC Cancer Agency covers the entire spectrum of cancer care, from prevention and screening to diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation.Visit website >
Support Crew is a FREE online support platform that easily co-ordinates meals, transport or whatever other help that’s needed for friends and family in need.Visit website >
Talk Peach - Gynaecological Awareness
Know the signs and symptoms and save your life
There are no screening options to detect 4 out of the 5 gynaecological cancers so it’s imperative you know the signs.
Taking time out and enjoying the small things with your family and close friends can help centre you when you need it the most.
With this in mind, founder Ronde Amende created a charity in 2016 to help connect terminal patients with somewhere to stay when they needed a break.
The TimeOut Charity is a not for profit organisation providing people with life-threatening illnesses, access to holiday homes and baches around New Zealand. These TimeOuts enable a family or group of friends the chance to relax, reconnect and create lasting memories.
The TimeOut Charity is dedicated to providing a national network of holiday homes at no cost to these families, and continue to work hard to further grow our database of holiday houses.
The holiday homes are available to those with life-threatening illnesses (terminal diagnosis). For those who fit the criteria, they simply need to fill out a request from on the TimeOut website.