Youth Cancer Trust – COVID19 Policy In line with Government Guidelines, this policy cover procedures put in place at Tracy Ann House, Alum Chine, Bournemouth, BH4 8HZ, to help reduce the risk of spreading infection amongst staff, residential guests and house visitors and to protect the young cancer patients with
Youth Cancer Trust is looking for an experienced Freelance Community Fundraiser in Bournemouth, Dorset. About Youth Cancer Trust Youth Cancer Trust is a small, national charity which was founded in 1997 to support teenagers and young adults (aged 14 to 30) with cancer from the UK and Ireland, through the
Residents of a Poole care home have raised enough money to bring four, young cancer patients to Dorset on holiday this summer.
Colten Care’s dedicated dementia home The Aldbury donated £2,218.62 – the proceeds of a whole year’s fundraising events – to the Youth Cancer Trust.
Members of Youth Cancer Trust and those involved with the making of Dance Beats Cancer, a film created to depict the journey of a young person from diagnosis through to reaching a place of support and recovery, attended the 2019 Charity Film Awards in London. Youth Cancer Trust won Silver
Youth Cancer Trust has been unveiled as one of the finalists for the 2019 Charity Film Awards. The Charity Film Awards celebrates the effective use of video by the third sector to change mindsets, raise awareness for the charity or fundraise. The finalists have been through two stages of judging.
We are now taking bookings for Youth Cancer Trust holidays for 2019, so if you are aged between 14 and 30 living with cancer or the after effects of having had cancer, you are eligible for a free activity holiday in Bournemouth at Tracy Ann House. You can also bring
We did it!!!! We have just received the most exciting news and very proud to announce that the Dance Beats Cancer film has been shortlisted for the Charity Film Awards. Thank you so much to everyone that has supported us in the public voting round. Our film will be sent
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
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