Tiara, formerly known as THCF, is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting health equity for all children. Over the last 10 years, Tiara has made a huge impact in healthcare services for Haemophilia and Cancer for low socio-economic families by facilitating treatment.
After a decade we are stepping into the future by including research in communities to address social determinants of health to promote health equity for all children.
What People Say About Us
My younger brother is undergoing treatment for Orbital Lymphoblastic Lymphoma on the left eye. During the lockdown period, I was afraid that my brother’s Chemotherapy would not be possible due to a lack of financial support. But with the continuous support of Tiara during the crisis, my brother’s Chemotherapy went smoothly, and he also completed the majority of his treatment without any breaks. We are very thankful to Tiara for helping us during this tough time.
Brother of Subhankar, 18 year old with Childhood Cancer
There’s no greater blessing than to be able to save the precious life of a child and Tiara updates me on exactly who benefited and with what line of treatment, a transparency I’ve not seen in other NGOs.
Lata Murugan, Donor
Tiara has been so helpful to us. As we belong to a middle class family, we find difficulties in treatment but Tiara has been so helpful for us. When Doctors ask for factors, they arrange injections immediately without any delays. Even words fail to express how thankful we are to them. My son is well only because of Tiara.
Parents of Parvesh, 4 year old with Haemophilia A
It is because of the support from Tiara that children from lower socio-economic status are being treated on par with corporate/private hospitals with free IV access devices – Infusa port/central lines; latest drugs and good supportive care – with adequate blood products, IV antibiotics and antifungals and with all the necessary diagnostic investigations – but free of cost. Tiara has created a significant impact in the lives of these families who are able to manage the cancer treatment of their children, without being pushed to poverty.
Dr. M.S. Latha, Paediatric Haemato-Oncologist, Sri Ramachandra Hospital