The House of Hope is a temporary home of for children with cancer through a project of the Rotary Club of Waling-Waling Davao and in coordination with the Davao Children’s Cancer Fund Inc. It has served about 5000 children and caregivers since its inauguration in August 2007. House of Hope decreased treatment abandonment and provided a clean and healing environment for children with cancer.


To bring hope, promote better survival rates and achieve excellent, holistic care for children with cancer through advocacy, research, and environmental protection.

  • Childhood Cancer Advocacy – To promote public awareness and education through tri-media approach, establish linkage with the government and non-government organizations.
  • Holistic Cancer Care for Children – Better access to treatment through adequate preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic facilities, promote psychosocial and spiritual support, and environmental protection.
  • Training and Research – To promote training for medical and paramedical staff, create a pediatric cancer registry, establish adequate facilities for childhood cancer research, and find better ways of curing children with cancer.