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OncoHappy is a social initiative focused on holistic cancer care.
Experience healing for the mind and body as we weave your cancer journey in a beautiful direction.


We aim to bridge the gap of cancer care awareness, provide access
to information, and create experiences to make their journeys easier, better, happier.

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INITIATIVES

Our initiatives focus on nutrition, fitness, yoga, emotional and expressive health.
We bring healing to cancer, one pledge at a time.

GIFT HOPE

We can’t help everyone. But everyone can help someone.

Gift Hope, Gift Happy. One person at a time.

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Access to cancer care. Anytime, anywhere.
Sign up for a session, one experience at a time.

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“Our on-ground empathetic patient centric approach is what makes us most efficient. Nothing is more important to us than the people we started Oncohappy for. We built this organization to make cancer journeys easier, better, happier. And we will not rest until our motto is achieved. Our extremely compassionate team makes sure there is no delay in assisting our patients, be it looking for the right doctor or finding affordable accommodation.”

-Mansi Mehta, Founder

ACHIEVEMENTS

Mansi Mehta (Oncohappy) was honored with the Angel Communicators Award of the Public Relations Council of India, at the Raj Bhavan, Mumbai. Presented by the governor of Maharashtra, Bhagat Singh Koshyari, the award served as a token of appreciation for people who have made remarkable contributions during the COVID-19 pandemic.

During times of COVID, many cancer patients who came to Mumbai for treatment were stranded on the streets, when cities started to close borders. Team OncoHappy stepped in to provide food, shelter, and transport to patients who were suddenly homeless. In addition, their on-ground patient counsellors and frontline workers put in relentless hours at hospitals to make a patient’s journey easier, better, happier.

Mansi Mehta (Oncohappy) was honored with the Angel Communicators Award of the Public Relations Council of India, at the Raj Bhavan, Mumbai. Presented by the governor of Maharashtra, Bhagat Singh Koshyari, the award served as a token of appreciation for people who have made remarkable contributions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
During times of COVID, many cancer patients who came to Mumbai for treatment were stranded on the streets, when cities started to close borders. Team OncoHappy stepped in to provide food, shelter, and transport to patients who were suddenly homeless. In addition, their on-ground patient counsellors and frontline workers put in relentless hours at hospitals to make a patient’s journey easier, better, happier.

“Our on-ground empathetic patient centric approach is what makes us most efficient. Nothing is more important to us than the people we started Oncohappy for. We built this organization to make cancer journeys easier, better, happier. And we will not rest until our motto is achieved. Our extremely compassionate team makes sure there is no delay in assisting our patients, be it looking for the right doctor or finding affordable accommodation.”
-Mansi Mehta, Founder

INSPIRATION

Real stories of strength, resilience, and hope.
Inspiring warriors, one fight at a time.

 

TEAM

Giving is not just about making a donation. It is about making a difference.

We are committed to making that difference, one step at a time.

Cancer or otherwise, the eventuality of life is inevitable.
Happiness, however, is optional.

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Mansi Mehta (Oncohappy) was honored with the Angel Communicators Award of the Public Relations Council of India, at the Raj Bhavan, Mumbai. Presented by the governor of Maharashtra, Bhagat Singh Koshyari, the award served as a token of appreciation for people who have made remarkable contributions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
During times of COVID, many cancer patients who came to Mumbai for treatment were stranded on the streets, when cities started to close borders. Team OncoHappy stepped in to provide food, shelter, and transport to patients who were suddenly homeless. In addition, their on-ground patient counsellors and frontline workers put in relentless hours at hospitals to make a patient’s journey easier, better, happier.