In Europe and the United States 90% of children with cancer survive. In Russia fewer than 70% do. Since the only difference is money, you can help more children beat cancer.


Leukaemia is the most common type of childhood cancer — statistics show it accounts for 33% of all cases.


Gift of Life spends over 70% of all funds raised to purchase foreign medications.  It has always been our main expense.


Since we were established in 2011 the charity has helped over 310 children with cancer and severe blood diseases. 

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With your support, Gift of Life can give more children a better chance to recover from cancer and to live life to the fullest. Donate now with a bank card or see Other ways to donate for our PayPal and bank details.



Target amount: £0.00

Amount raised: £601.00


Mad tea party 2018

Mad Tea Party, or Bezumnoe Chaepitie, is an annual charity initiative held on the 26th of November to mark the birthday of Podari Zhizn, our sister charity foundation. The idea behind Mad Tea Party is to raise a cup of tea, or coffee, to Podari Zhizn’s achievements and support children with cancer.





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Gift of Life news

  • Updated Privacy Policy

    Your privacy deserves our protection and your attention. Please read the updated Gift of Life Privacy Policy to know how we process your personal data. Read more

  • Musical performance starring Kseniya Rappoport and Polina Osetinskaya raised more than £16,000

    On the 9th of May 2018 London hosted a premiere of the musical performance based on Ivan Bunin's short story “An Unknown Friend”. More than £16,000 have been raised from special ticket sales and charity auction for the patients of “Podari zhizn”, Russian sister charity of Gift of life. Read more

  • "Spring Waters" in London raised £6,000 for Nikita Orlov

    On March 7th, a charity evening of opera and ballads "Spring Water" with the soloist Royal Opera House Sofia Fomina and pianist Sergei Rybin took place in London. All proceeds from this event, which is over £6000, will be used directly to the treatment of Nikita Orlov, the patient of Podari Zhizn. Read more