The Chandigarh Breast Cancer Trust was established in response to a rise in the number of people diagnosed with cancer, particularly the predicament of those who cannot afford treatment and the emotional agony they face for nearly a year. Their goal is to provide care, counselling, and information to those who have been affected by breast cancer. To help impoverished patients with breast cancer get financial help. Providing emotional support to breast cancer patients during treatment; raising public awareness about breast cancer; and participating in breast cancer education, training, and research. To offer emotional support to breast cancer patients while they are through treatment. We are raising public awareness of the disease of breast cancer. To take part in breast cancer research, education, and training. To help financially impoverished breast cancer patients. To offer patients emotional support during breast cancer treatment. To educate the general populace about breast cancer. To take part in breast cancer-related education, training, and research. The trust has provided financial help to needy patients who attend the program but cannot afford to pay for their medications. Dr Gurpreet Singh, a professor of surgery who performs breast cancer procedures and is also one of our trustees, identifies these deserving individuals. 66 people have received medications from the charity so far. Each patient receives eight chemotherapies, with the trust covering the entire cost of therapy. The trust obtains medicines at subsidized costs straight from pharmaceutical companies.