Young people are going to need us more than ever after the COVID-19 crisis. We have to be here for them. There are so many ways you can help a young person get their life back on track after cancer – the only limit is your imagination!Tell us your idea
Showcase your talents, use your skills, mark an event or give something up – ideas on how you can personally make a huge difference.
Get your friends, family, school, workmates, clubs, societies or University RAG involved – get inspired to raise money together.
Young people in recovery from cancer are going to need the Trust more than ever through and in the aftermath of COVID-19. We have to be here for them.
Isolation, loneliness anxiety, anger and fear are all challenges young people and their families experience during and after cancer treatment. COVID-19 is intensifying every one of these to unimaginable levels.
Do something incredible to support the Trust and you will help young people start to look beyond cancer towards a future they might never have thought was possible.
Knowing you are making a life-changing difference is the only motivation you need.
However you’re supporting the Trust, take advantage of our awesome fundraising resources. Including our Trust fundraising guide, collapsible collection box, proposition letter, range of posters, sponsorship form, flyers, postcards, talks guide and more. Download what you need from our website or contact our team the real thing!Download your resources Contact the team
There are so many ways you can make a huge difference, from using your professional expertise to joining the #TrustTribe cheer squad.
Help rebuild more young lives after cancer by giving a one-off gift, making a regular donation, donating in memory or leaving us something in your will.
"So many people are touched by cancer, people are keen to support financially. To find a charity which offers something so positive to young people really inspired us."
Camilla and Adam Johnson raised almost £4,000 for the Trust when they got dressed up as Santa for the Lewes to Newhaven Raft Race. The race happens each year on the River Ouse in East Sussex and involves spectators throwing eggs and flour at a whole host of novelty floats and their crew.Find out more about the trips Support the Trust