For many young people, picking up from where they left off before cancer is not possible. When treatment ends our work begins. We inspire young people aged 8-24 to believe in a brighter future through sailing and outdoor adventure.Tell me about the trips Support the Trust
Young people can be vulnerable after treatment as it comes at a time of rapid physical, emotional and social development. For many, simply picking up where they left off before their diagnosis just isn’t possible. That's when our work begins.
Any young person who has been treated for cancer from across the UK can join us for a transformational four-day sailing experience from Cowes, on the Isle of Wight, or Largs on Scotland's West Coast.
Many young people need support over time too. So, once a young person has been sailing with us, they can keep coming back for more sailing or outdoor adventures.
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Because of the Trust, young people feel more accepted, independent, and optimistic and can start to rediscover their purpose and place in the world.
You kind of know what the other is thinking because you know what you have both gone through.
Matching diagnoses and matching scars meant Yasmin could finally talk openly about her osteosarcoma diagnosis with someone else. After a lonely period of treatment, it was a relief to be around others who understood what she had been through.
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