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Amazon Smile

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...

Cancer & Fertility

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...

Ross’s Little Run to Sicily… only 1,800 miles!

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...

GDPR – Keeping your data safe

The Youth Cancer Trust aims to adhere to the six data protection principles contained in the GDPR: Lawfulness, fairness and transparency Purpose limitations Data minimisation Accuracy Storage limitations Integrity and confidentiality All information collected by the...

For All Our Guests – Please Complete Our Survey

To help improve our services, please can you complete the following survey. This survey is for any cancer patient who has stayed at Youth Cancer Trust in the past. Thank you! Create your own user feedback survey

Utility Warehouse raises £254 for Youth Cancer Trust

We would like to say a BIG thank you to Utility Warehouse for raising £254 for the Youth Cancer Trust. Julie Ellis, our North Fundraising manager, attended an event on the 13th January in Runcorn hosted by Sauren Ghosh and Ian Macowat.  Sauren and Ian organised the...

A Fundraising Ball in Bulgaria

  The idea for the ball came about as a group of friends were chatting about the possibility of organising a Christmas Event for both the locals and expat community of Bansko, Bulgaria. And so, from a few ideas ‘The Bansko Ball 2014’ was created, with...

A night of dance, music and magic!

A Review of Dance Beats Cancer by Maria A. Ero. What’s happens when you bring together an eclectic mix, of professional, semi-professional, and aspiring performers, with  diverse techniques and musical styles? You end up with: ‘Dance Beats Cancer’ ...

Thank you Purbeck Ice Cream!

Deliciously the best! In our 20th year we wanted to say a very special thank you to Purbeck Ice Cream for their continuing support of Youth Cancer Trust. For the over 10 years, Hazel and Peter Hartle, the force behind the multiple award-winning Purbeck Ice Cream, have...

Christmas Cards on Sale

It’s nearly that time of year when we start to think about Christmas, so please do think of Youth Cancer Trust when buying your Christmas cards this year. Every penny really does help us support more young people with cancer. Please order your Christmas cards...