Make a difference
Ways to donate to the Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust:
Every penny you donate can really help to restore the confidence of a young person after their treatment for cancer.
The Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust has teamed up with Virgin Money Giving to enable online donations as well as personal fundraising pages for those raising money for the Trust through organised events.
If you would like to donate to the Trust simply click on the Virgin Money Giving logo:
Become a Friend of the Trust with monthly regular giving:
A regular income is important for any charity to run its operations. Knowing even the smallest amount of money will be coming in every month can help when planning trips for the future. If just 10 people become a Friend of the Trust, giving just £4 per month for a year, someones son or daughter can be offered the experience of sailing with the Trust after treatment . If you would like to become a Friend of the Trust please download the form (Adobe PDF format):
To become a Friend of the Trust click here
Any monetary gift to the Trust helps us to continue to carry out our work taking young people recovering from cancer out on the water. If you would prefer to make a one-off donation by post rather than through Virgin Money Giving, then please download our donation form (Adobe PDF format):
For a single donation click here
“Tyler gained lots of confidence and lots of new friends who he is still in touch with. I’m really glad he went. To meet children who have been through the same thing is invaluable. Whilst sailing, Tyler met a volunteer who had had the same cancer as Tyler and was in his twenties. That gave him a lot of hope for the future.”
- Mother of Tyler, 15
“Dan returned very happy, positive, enthusiastic, talks about sailing all the time. Daniel is now keep to continue and improve his sailing skills. You are all doing a wonderful job and are giving back joy, confidence and happiness to children who have been through a very touch time. Daniel has expressed he would like to be a spokesperson for the Trust, maybe speaking to children in hospital about his experiences with the Trust, showing them that something good can come from the awful illness they have had, that what they have been through can make them a stronger person.” Mother of Dan, 16
- Mother of Dan, 16