• Hyderabad, Telangana State, India
  • 040-23531368
  • Hyderabad – 500028, Telangana State.
  • 040-23531368
  • info@chppct.org


Volunteers Support:

Our palliative care team consists of specially trained doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, psychiatrists and volunteers and they intervene meaningfully by rendering help in physical, mental, economic, social and spiritual problems of the patients. While the medical team tries to treat the patient physically, it solves only 20% of the patient’s problems, whereas 80% of his problems are taken care of by dedicated volunteers.

People from different walks of life participate voluntarily in this humane movement. Students, workers, officers, teachers, housewives and retired personnel are volunteers. What you need to become a volunteer is a compassionate mind and a willingness to help fellow human beings.

Be a Volunteer

"The purpose of human life is to serve and to show compassion and the will to help others"

- Albert Schweitzer

Whether you are a student, a teacher, an employee at a Corporate Company, a housewife or a retired professional, you can VOLUNTEER WITH US AND partner with us in making the journey of terminally ill end-stage patients worth living.

All we need is an attitude that says – "I want to help". In turn you will experience a satisfaction no amount of money can buy. Here's what you can do:

Volunteer your time

Sponsor care of a child/person with an incurable disease.

Donate to the 'food for survival' program to feed patients and their families

Rehabilitate a family that has lost everything due to illness through education or employment

Participate in community-based programs in villages and schools

Fund home-based care for terminally ill patients who need medicines, transportation, or home based professional caregiver support.

Sponsor a doctor, a social worker or a nurse with the goal to enhance the palliative care program.

Raise awareness about palliative care and participate in fund raising initiatives

"Raising awareness is as simple as sharing this information with one more person"

- Albert Schweitzer

"Dare to reach out your hand into the darkness, to pull another hand into the light"

- Norman B. Rice