Youth Cancer Trust would like to thank Sue Sadler, the Trustees and supporters of the Claire Sadler Trust Fund for donating the funds held by the charity on its closing this year. The Fund wanted to give the leftover balance to a charity, which has a shared vision of supporting
Youth Cancer Trust is so very thankful to Purbeck Ice Cream for continuing to donate free delicious ice cream to the charity house for all our guests to enjoy. We are proud to be featured in their new mini documentary.
Ross Simpson, has now completed the most incredible challenge of running from Canterbury Cathedral to Palermo Cathedral in Sicily – 1,800 miles (3,000k)… That’s 71 marathons in 93 days! Ross – we are so very thankful and overwhelmed by your amazing achievement. You have raised over £7,000 for the Trust, which
We are really pleased to announce a partnership with charity ‘Something to look forward to’, which is a charity website for people with cancer and their families to access a variety of gifts generously donated by people and companies. Everything from restaurant meals, hotel stays, beauty
Youth Cancer Trust would like to thank all the wonderful volunteers at Project Hope Dorset for all their hard work in making beautiful quilts for the young cancer patients who stay with us. Vera, coordinator, from Project Hope Dorset says… “Project Hope is a volunteer organisation. We aim to bring
Youth Cancer Trust is now listed as a charity on Amazon Smile 🙂 Remember, always start at smile.amazon.co.uk and then choose Youth Cancer Trust as your preferred charity and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the net purchase price (excluding VAT, returns and shipping fees) of eligible purchases to the Youth
A study by St Mary’s Hospital in Manchester says around half of female cancer patients aged 15 to 39 — roughly 4,000 a year — are infertile after their treatment. We wanted to share this really important awareness campaign from Becki McGuinness, who wants to raise awareness of cancer and
On May 1st, Ross Simpson left the Cathedral gates in Canterbury city centre and began a 1,800 mile run to Palermo Cathedral on the Italian island of Sicily, to raise much needed funds for Youth Cancer Trust. Ross > “To get there I’ll have to run roughly 65/70 marathons in
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