Whether you're looking forward to your next trip or are new to the Trust, there are lots of other ways to get involved and stay supported all year round too.
They check back in to share how the Trust has inspired them to believe in a brighter future living through and beyond cancer. Our 'My Life Now' series shows a positive future after cancer is a reality.
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"I need confidence and belief in myself to stand up on stage in front of people, I'm grateful for the Trust’s role in helping me achieve that."
From the loneliness of cancer treatment to star of the stage, Ed's long recovery, filled with ups and downs, has led to touring theatre productions and volunteering on Trust trips. Now he's in charge of the stories he tells.
"I loved talking to people at school about my trips, I wasn't just 'the cancer girl' anymore."
Rachel was diagnosed with lymphoma in 2005, then relapsed with chronic lymphoma in 2014. She now helps under-represented students successfully apply for university, and recently went traveling around South East Asia, Australia and New Zealand for six months - on her own!
"The Trust acted as a getaway from all noise that came with the recovery."
At 14, Raj was diagnosed with nasopharyngeal carcinoma and first sailed with the Trust the following year. He is now an Applications Engineer, writing electrical/software testing solutions for big manufacturing companies. Raj built his first computer in lockdown!
Official Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust partners.
Te only national events for young people with cancer, bringing young people together to share experiences, develop life skills, build connections and most importantly have some fun.
If you need further support beyond the Trust, in any aspect of your life, there are lots of charities and organisations you can turn to.
From cancer support to wellbeing and mental health, financial and careers advice to bereavement and developing your sailing, here are some of them.
The Trust skippers have got your back - they are awesome at making sure you have a great and safe time. In our Trust Tutorials series, they explain everything you have, or will, learn when you get afloat in Cowes or Largs.
From tying the essential knots, understanding how sails make the boat move and how the tide works, to navigation, predicting the weather and learning about lifejackets, everything you need to know is right here. And that's before we even mention Uno...View the playlist Subscribe to YouTube