Rainbows & Smiles (085-832-NPO)

Stakeholder Partner Information

South African National Blood Service

SANBS provides an essential service within South Africa and is rated amongst the best in the world in the provision of blood and blood products, as well as in relation to the research and training provided.

Cancer Buddies

People Living With Cancer offers a “buddy” support network where cancer patients can interact with and receive advice and support from cancer survivors.

South African Bone Marrow Registry

The South African Bone Marrow Registry (SABMR) was founded in Cape Town in 1991 with a single mission: to save lives. As an accredited member of the World Marrow Donor Association, the SABMR is dedicated to helping patients in need find their match.


DKMS is an international nonprofit organisation dedicated to the fight against blood cancer and blood disorders.


The International Brain Tumour Alliance (IBTA) is a global network founded in 2005 as a dynamic worldwide community for brain tumour patient organisations and others involved in the field of neuro oncology.

Kids Kicking Cancer

Kids Kicking Cancer is an initiative that was started in America in 1999 by our Founding Director, Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg (Rabbi G),and has began providing classes this year in several public hospitals in South Africa.


Palliative Care for Children South Africa (PatchSA) is a national charity that aims to share specialised knowledge, tools, resources and opportunities to ensure the best possible care for children with life-threatening and life-limiting illnesses, and to provide support to healthcare professionals, families and lay caregivers.


The Association of Palliative Care Practitioners of South Africa (Palprac) is a non-profit organisation that was formed in May 2018 by a group of South African doctors who are trained in Palliative Medicine.


Asbestos is an organisation that makes it their goal to spread the word about mesothelioma, rare cancer that affects protective membranes surrounding the lungs, heart and abdominal cavity. Although this cancer is rare in children, it's important to raise awareness to help these kids better understand their condition.