Hundreds of families will turn to us for support this Christmas and we’ll be there for them, but we can only be there with your help.
A donation of just £10 will help us continue our vital services, including our Support Line which is open every day – even Christmas day. This means that no matter what the question or worry, there is always someone to turn to.
Christmas should be a time of joy and celebration, a time to spend carefree and precious moments with loved ones, but families affected by cancer are feeling overwhelmed because of the burden of the cost-of-living crisis.
We’ve seen an increase in demand for our Benefits Advice service and financial worry is a theme that’s appeared across our Counselling service. Every day we hear from people who are feeling enormous financial pressure and not knowing where to turn, all while coming to terms with a cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Anyone affected by cancer can turn to us for support this Christmas and beyond. But we need your support to continue helping those that need us.
We understand the cost-of-living crisis is affecting everyone so this year we’re asking if you can consider donating what you can this Christmas. Your kind gift will help us support people with cancer during this difficult time.
A donation of just £10 will help us continue our vital services, including our Support Line which is open every day – even Christmas day.
A gift of £21 will help cover the cost of a benefits check carried out by one of our Benefits Advisors who are on hand to guide people through the benefits and grants they’re entitled to.