Charitable Trusts and Foundations are a primary source of Trust income. They play a vital role in more young people believing in a brighter future living through and beyond cancer.
Making a real step change in how we measure our outcomes and impact to prove and improve what we do was a key 2020-22 Ambition.
Working with impact specialists, Trust Impact, we developed our Theory of Change, and introduced the independently-verified Warwick Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scale to measure how trips affect young people’s wellbeing.
Impact measurement is now at the heart of shaping what we do, to do more of the things that make the biggest difference to improving young people’s mental wellbeing. Over time, our Theory of Change will also evolve in line with this evidence.
'Bigger Impact, Brighter Futures' lays out our three-year Ambitions to be even more accessible and inclusive to all young people who have a cancer diagnosis in the UK and ensure every young person we supports experiences belonging and improved mental wellbeing with the Trust.Read our 2023-25 Ambitions The difference we make
It’s a really nice break from the real world.
Laura had finished her treatment for ovarian cancer, but she still needed help making sense of what she had been through. She rediscovered herself on the water with others she could relate to.Find out more about the trips Support the Trust