Charities raising money for Cancer
Contact: 01992440091Teens Unite Fighting Cancer is dedicated to improving the lives of young people aged 13-24, with cancer and other life limiting illnesses.
Teens Unite’s main aim is to get teens together as often as possible in a fun-filled environment; giving them the chance to talk to each other and gain strength from realising that they are not alone in their battle. The charity runs regular fun days out such as concerts, football matches, art and beauty workshops. Teens Unite provides ongoing long term support for teens whether they are undergoing treatment or in remission.
Telephone: 0345 092 0805
Breast Cancer Care is the only UK-wide charity providing specialist support and tailored information for anyone affected by breast cancer. Our clinical expertise and emotional support network help thousands of people find a way to live with, through and beyond breast cancer.
Contact: 020 7404 0808
Children with Cancer UK is the leading national children’s charity dedicated to the fight against childhood cancer. Our aims are to determine the causes, find cures and provide care for children with cancer.
We fund life-saving research into the causes, prevention and treatment of childhood cancer. We fund innovative welfare projects to provide better care for young cancer patients, and their families. We campaign to raise awareness of childhood cancer to protect more children and to improve the lives of young cancer patients, today and for future generations.
Contact: 0113 340 0111
Brain Tumour Research and Support across Yorkshire (BTRS) is Yorkshire and Humber’s leading brain tumour charity. Offering practical, financial and emotional support to both adult and child brain tumour patients, together with their families and carers.
Brain tumours are the UK’s biggest killer of the under 40’s, including children. BTRS funds Yorkshire based research into the disease providing hope to all brain tumour patients that one day we will find cure.
Contact: 020 8222 7622
Prostate Cancer UK has a simple ambition – to stop men dying from prostate cancer. As the number of men diagnosed with prostate cancer continues to rise (making it the most common of all cancers by 2030), now is the time to take control. Through shifting the science over the next 10 years to focus on radical improvements in diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and support, we will stop prostate cancer being a killer. Ignoring prostate cancer won’t beat it, so join the fight.
Prostate Cancer UK (formerly known as The Prostate Cancer Charity) is a registered charity in England and Wales (1005541) and in Scotland (SC039332). Registered company number 02653887. Registered office: Fourth floor, The Counting House, 53 Tooley Street, London SE1 2QN. VAT Registration Number: 905 9415 18.
Telephone: 0161 291 4405
Prevent Breast Cancer is the only UK charity entirely dedicated to the prediction and prevention of breast cancer – we’re committed to freeing the world from the disease altogether. Unlike many cancer charities, we’re focused on preventing, rather than curing. Promoting early diagnosis, screening and lifestyle changes, we believe we can stop the problem before it starts. And being situated at the only breast cancer prevention centre in the UK, we’re right at the front-line in the fight against the disease.
Join us today, and help us create a future free from breast cancer.
Telephone: 0207 250 8271
Sarcoma UK is the only cancer charity in the UK focusing on all types of sarcoma. Our mission is to amplify sarcoma awareness, inspire involvement, and fund ground-breaking research to transform the lives of everyone affected by sarcoma.
Website: http://www.katyholmestrust.co.ukThe Katy Holmes Trust was set up in memory of our beautiful 10 year old daughter Katy who died from a rare brain tumour in January 2012 after a brave 3 month battle. We have since discovered that brain tumours are the BIGGEST cancer killer of children in the UK and yet the most poorly funded by Government who only give 0.7% towards research. Our aim is to raise the money to fund paediatric brain tumour research ourselves and find the cure
Charity Mission Statement:
Every year more than 41,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with bowel cancer and over 250,000 individuals live with Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
We are committed to saving and changing lives.
No one should die of bowel cancer live with chronic bowel disease or face life with a permanent stoma.
From the National Centre for Bowel Research and Surgical Innovation and research labs around the country, we aim to deliver our vision by funding scientific and surgical research to save lives and improve the quality of life for individuals with bowel cancer and other bowel problems, such as chronic diseases like Colitis and Chron’s and chronic symptoms like Irritable Bowel Syndrome. We also have a special interest in supporting surgical innovations intended to reduce the numbers of people who need to rely upon a stoma as well as supporting ways that involve the public in research. We wish to raise awareness of bowel cancer and other bowel diseases to improve people’s knowledge of symptoms and break down taboos.
Telephone: 020 7923 5474
Target Ovarian Cancer is the UK's leading ovarian cancer charity. We work to improve early diagnosis, fund life-saving research, and provide much-needed support to women with ovarian cancer. We’re the only charity fighting ovarian cancer on all three of these fronts, across all four nations of the UK. Ovarian cancer can be devastating. But there is hope – Target Ovarian Cancer. We work with women, family members and health professionals to ensure we target the areas that matter most for those living with ovarian cancer.
Telephone: 0208 894 1111
The John King Brain Tumour Foundation is a registered charity supporting the Atkinson Morley Wing of St George’s Hospital, Tooting, UK, treating Glioblastoma brain tumour patients. With your support we are fundraising for the McKissok Ward garden, surgical equipment and research not currently funded by the NHS.
The charity’s first major project is to raise money for a state-of-the-art microscope, not available through NHS funding. This will allow more of a brain tumour to be removed during surgery prolonging a patient’s life.
Ultimately, we want to support research into this fatal cancer which receives only 0.5% of all government cancer research funding and has an average life expectancy of just 15 months. Sadly, many more young people are being diagnosed with malignant brain tumours. Brain tumours kill more under 40’s than any other cancer.
Brain tumours kill more children and adults under the age of 40 than any other cancer, yet just 1% of the national spend on cancer research has been allocated to this devastating disease. Brain Tumour Research is the only national charity in the UK that funds sustainable, long-term research into brain tumours at dedicated Centres of Excellence.