Welcome to the CanTeen online store. Purchasing products through
this store helps us to run our many programmes and support
initiatives for young people who are dealing with their cancer or
that of their siblings.
Courier prices are for New Zealand deliveries only. Additional
charges will apply for international deliveries.
Order your 2013/2014 Entertainment Book today to take advantage
of amazing offers and discounts from hundreds of New
Zealand's top entertainment and dining destinations.
The bandanna is a symbol for CanTeen representing hope, courage
and survival for young people living with cancer in New
Looking for a way to show your support of CanTeen on your school
bag, luggage, hand bag, pencil case, sports bag, key ring then look
no further as we have the perfect accessory for you!
Purchase your pack of this year's greeting cards and not only
will you have a card on hand for any occasion, but you'll be
supporting young New Zealanders living with cancer.
Help make a difference to the life of a CanTeen member by
purchasing an item that'll directly support them. From a $15
movie voucher to a $150 food voucher to a $250 contribution
towards a programme, there's an option for all budgets.
Champion cyclist and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong titled his
first book "It's not about the bike" and we couldn't agree with him
Capturing the distinct flavours of a Kiwi Christmas, these
beautifully designed cards are painted by our very own talented
CanTeen members. The designers story is captured on the back of
Purchase your "Winners Never Quit, Quitters Never Win" t-shirt,
designed by CanTeen Ambassador Paige Hareb and you will help young
kiwi's living with cancer, as Paige is generously donating a third
of the proceeds to CanTeen.
Natural Glow proudly supports young people in New Zealand
living with cancer and every purchase of a Natural
Glow Gift Box benefits CanTeen.
Send a Christmas card that makes more than one person smile.
Order your personalised Corporate Christmas Cards to show your
clients and employees you care about them and young New Zealanders
living with cancer.