Chloe was 13 when her dad was diagnosed with stage four cancer. From that point on, Chloe spent much of her time going to appointments, visiting her dad in hospital, and looking after him. This took its toll on Chloe, who felt sad and lonely. Luckily, Canteen was there to connect Chloe with people who were going through a similar experience.
When Daniel was 11, his mother was diagnosed with cancer, and he was 16 when she passed away. With Canteen in his corner, Daniel was able to find the support he needed. Now, Daniel is giving back to the community which helped him during the most difficult time in his life.
Elliott was 18 and about to step into the next chapter of his life when he was struck by cancer. Thankfully, Elliott was able to find Canteen and connected with other people who were on a similar journey to his own.
Nate was 10 when he was diagnosed with a brain tumour. Enduring this from such a young age was extremely difficult, and he found it hard to find people who knew what he was going through. This is where Canteen was able to offer Nate the support he needed.
Georgia was just 5 years old when she was diagnosed with cancer. As she entered early adulthood, she found it difficult to connect with like minded people. Attending a Canteen program became the turning point for Georgia, as she met people who knew exactly what she was going through. This helped bridge a gap in Georgia's life and she has since gone on to achieve her goals and dreams.