Our recent launch at Sainsburys Bradford on Avon as their Charity of the Year… We had a fantastic weekend and raised a whopping £1843.67 over the 3 days raised via a balloon race, a tombola and collection. Our fundraiser, Jean, looked magnificent in her Victorian dress which she made herself,
Bloomin’ Baavellous…. The Youth Cancer Trust is delighted to be charity of the year for the Texel Sheep Society. The Society hope to include fund raising at some of the events they will be attending during the Show & Sale season, at Royal Shows and a variety of NSA Sheep
Participants needed for a study concerning the emotional aspects of cancer care What implications do your partners’ psychological traits and self-conscious emotional factors have on your emotional responses? In the Department of Psychology at the University of Sheffield, we are conducting research into how partners’ psychological traits and self-conscious emotional
Amazing result from LV=… Youth Cancer Trust was fortunate to be recipients of the employee Pennies for Charity initiative in 2014. The amount raised was £3,655.52!!
PLEASE can you take part in our survey? It’s important that we listen very carefully to your needs as a young person living with and beyond cancer, so we can adapt and change to support you in the most effective ways possible now and in the future. Please can you
Birmingham based Ecorys UK raises £10,093 for Youth Cancer Trust!! Staff from the Birmingham based international research and consulting company Ecorys UK have cooked, walked, dressed and run their way to supporting the charity. During 2014 staff walked the Malvern Hills, held a Fancy Dress Friday, competed in the Tough
Unfortunately, Youth Cancer Trust did not win the Lottery award 2014. A very deserving project run by Age UK won first place. We were extremely proud to be in the top 7 finalists out of 750 health related projects and want to thank everyone who took the time to vote
I’m Ceinwen also known as Wen and I’m now 23 and live in Cardiff… 3 years ago my world was turned on its head when I was diagnosed with a rare illness called Very Severe Aplastic Anemia – I heard Anemia and thought ‘oh I just need some more blood
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