Compassion. Comfort. Connection.

We provide practical and emotional support to people with cancer, during and after the treatment period.

We support people with all kinds of cancer across the UK. Our services are designed and delivered by people who have experienced cancer themselves – to improve the experience of others.

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Cancer Coach

Have you finished cancer treatment? Are you struggling to adapt to your new normal? Do you feel unsupported when tackling the emotional challenges of post-treatment life?

Cancer Coach is our free support group programme for anyone who has completed their physical cancer treatment. Held over the phone and online video, groups are run by trained facilitators and take place once a week for 6 weeks. Talk to others who understand what it’s like – as they have experienced cancer too.

Cancer Coach groups are suitable for people who have previously had a stage 1-3 cancer diagnosis.

If you are a healthcare professional and would like to refer someone to Cancer Coach, please click on the Make a referral button. If you are self-referring please click on the Join a Cancer Coach Support Group button.

**Cancer Coach course dates for 2023**

* 6 March-14 April – book by 24 February

* 8 May-16 June – book by 28 April

* 10 July-18 August – book by 30 June

* 11 September-13 October – book by 1 September

* 6 November-15 December – book by 27 October

Cancer Kits

We offer Cancer Kits to people currently undergoing treatment as a practical aid to recovery.

We have Cancer Kits, Chemo Kits and Kids’ Kits, which we supply free of charge. The Kits include practical items for people receiving cancer treatment and can be ordered for yourself or a friend or family member.

Stories

From receiving a Cancer Kit, to joining a Cancer Coach group. A collection of stories from those we’ve helped.

Challenges

Up for a challenge?

Whether it’s a run or even a skydive, there are plenty of challenges to sign up to.

Cancer Support Donation

Make a Donation

With your help we can be there for someone undergoing treatment or recovering from cancer.

We receive no government support, so thank you for being such a vital part of our work.