Christmas is going to be different this year. But we know some of you will still want to do something to support us. So, if that's you, and you're able to, here are a few things you can do. And if you can’t, we understand. Just stay safe.Shop Donate
Make a difference to young people this Christmas by making a donation on behalf of a friend or loved one. Write a message which we will share with them.
Join former young person and now Trust volunteer, Adam, for a festive performance on Sunday 20 December (5pm). Sing-a-long and get in the Christmas spirit.
Tuesday 8 Dec @ 6pm
Tuesday Hangouts are back in December. There's a festive quiz on Tuesday 15 December too. Christmas Jumpers encouraged!
We might not be able to get together for our Boxing Day Dip this year, but join the Trust #TwixmasTribe and wave goodbye to 2020 – your way!
Twixmas is that time between Christmas and New Year, when leftovers are eaten and everything is on sale. The #TwixmasTribe will be making the most of this time by staying active and creative together apart to raise money for young people after cancer treatment.
Like the Trust’s Virtual Summer and Round Britain Your Way, joining the #TwixmasTribe is a way of coming together in spirit if not in person. So whether you’re in hill-walking boots or your toastiest slippers, get creative and tell us how you plan to fundraise for the #TwixmasTribe.Find out more Tell us your idea
Everyone had very similar experiences as I had had. Just being able to talk through what I'd been through, but also talk through what future I might face. That was so good.
New for Christmas 2020, a zip-up version of our popular pullover grey hoodie.
Our branded Chilly's bottles always fly off the virtual shelf. Now there's a Neon Blue one!
When you Christmas shop on Amazon, shop through Amazon Smile and raise money for the Trust by doing nothing more! It’s the same products, same prices, but Amazon will donate 0.5% of the net purchase price (excluding VAT, returns and shipping fees) of eligible purchases to the charitable organisation of your choice, i.e. us!Amazon Smile
"When you’ve got a shared experience, you bond with people and can be more empathetic. You can trust them more."
Emre's mum says the Trust is 'the only thing that has enabled him to get on with his life'. Diagnosed with Stage 4 Wilms Tumour at six years old, Emre was too young to completely understand what was happening.Find out more about the trips Support the Trust