Will you help us fill a Cancer Kit – and deliver a smile this Easter?

Our cancer kits provide some much-needed comfort to children and adults having to endure cancer treatment. Every donation you give today will help us to fund more kits – and you’ll help us deliver a smile when it’s needed the most. Thank you.

Fill a Kids' Kit

£10

Warm-Up Bunny Rabbit

Our bunny is perfect to give cosy cuddles to a child with cancer – help us to fund a warm-up bunny.

Christmas kids socks

£2

Cosy Socks

Help to keep little toes warm and snug during treatment – help fund a pair of socks for a child with cancer.

£2

Colouring Set

Pencils and crayons bring some colour into the day for a child undergoing cancer treatments – help fund a colouring set.

£2

Wooden Yo-Yo

Small toys are perfect to take to appointments. Help us to fund a wooden yo-yo for a child with cancer.

£1

Bubble Set

Bubbles can brighten up the day, and are small and easy to carry around – help us to fund a bubble set.

£1

Puzzle Book

Packed with popular children’s games and a great way to have some fun – help us fund a child’s puzzle book.

£1

Animal Bookmark

This bookmark says ‘I’m really brave’ and even has a little furry friend at the top! Help fund a bookmark for a Kids’ Kit.

£3

Bag of Essentials

A bag of essentials, including tissues and anti-bac wipes – help us to fund this bag for a child with cancer.

£3

Notebook and Pen

Games can be played and pictures can be drawn during hospital appointments – help fund a notebook and pen.

Fill a Cancer Kit or Chemo Kit

£5

Cosy Cashmere Blend Socks

Thick, soft bed socks will warm up feet during chemotherapy, to make them feel cosy and comfortable – help us to fund a pair of socks.

£5

Lavender Pillow Spray

Lavender pillow spray will aid more peaceful and relaxing sleep – help us to fund a lavender spray to send out in a cancer kit.

£4

Sleep Mask

Sleep is important, especially when you’re unwell. A mask helps to block out any unwanted light on a hospital ward. Help us fund masks for our cancer kits.

£2

Ginger Tea Bags

Nausea is a common side effect of cancer treatment. These tea bags are a healthy way to soothe the discomfort – help us fund some for our kits.

£3

Bag of Essentials

A bag to put everything in, including essential tissues and anti-bac gel. All our kits include these useful items – help us to fund this bag for a person with cancer.

£3

Notebook and Pen

This notebook and pen will help to keep track of hospital visits and doctors appointments. All our kits include this useful item – help us to fund a notebook and pen for a kit.

£1

Lip Balm

A moisturising lip balm can help to soothe chapped lips, which can be a side effect of a patient undergoing cancer treatments. Help us to fund lip balms for our kits.

£3

Mindfulness Puzzle Book

Recovering from cancer can be a long process, in hospital waiting rooms, or in bed. A mindfulness puzzle book can be relaxing way to pass time. Help us fund books for our kits.

£1

Sherbet Lemon Sweets

Chemotherapy treatment can often cause a dry mouth and an unpleasant metallic taste. These lemon sweets a good way to alleviate this symptom. Help us to fund sweets for our chemo kits.

£2

Sensitive Toothpaste

Chemotherapy patients can suffer from sensitive teeth. This toothpaste will help to take away unpleasant tastes, or painful sensitivity. Help us to fund toothpaste for our chemo kits.

£2

Alcohol-Free Mouthwash

This mouth wash can help to alleviate the experience of an unpleasant metallic taste, and will help someone undergoing chemotherapy to feel fresher. Help fund mouth wash for our chemo kits.

£3

Hand Cream

Dry skin is a common side effect of chemotherapy. A small, unscented hand cream can help to soothe dry and chapped hands. Help us to fund hand cream for our chemo kits.

Fill a Comfort Kit for an Older Person with Cancer

£5

Hot Water Bottle

This is a safer hot water bottle for older people. You can heat it in the microwave, so it doesn’t involve any boiling water and it aids sleep on a chilly night. Help us fund hot water bottles for our Comfort Kits.

Magnifying Glass

£2

Magnifying Glass

The small print on medicines can be difficult to read for older people, so a magnifying glass makes labels and instructions easier to read. Help us fund magnifying glasses for our Comfort Kits.

Anti Sickness Bands

£3

Nausea Relief Wrist Bands

These comfortable wrist bands are clinically proven to relieve nausea which can be a horrible side-effect of cancer treatment. Help us fund wrist bands for our Comfort Kits.

Heat Pad

£5

Microwaveable Heat Pad

Cancer treatment can cause aches and pains. This microwaveable heat pad can be warmed up to keep older people comfortable and relaxed. Help us fund heat pads for our Comfort Kits.

Travel Pillow

£2

Inflatable Travel Pillow

An inflatable travel pillow helps to provide comfort. It’s easy to carry around and can help to aid rest and sleep if enduring spells in hospital. Help us fund travel pillows for our Comfort Kits.

christmas socks

£3

Toasty Warm Socks

Cancer treatment can cause cold feet. These thick, soft bed socks are included to warm up cold toes, and make someone feel more cosy and comfortable. Help us fund bed socks for our Comfort Kits.

Buy a Complete Kit

£25

Donate a Kids' Kit

Brighten the day of a child living with cancer and undergoing treatment. A Kids Kit will contain lots of goodies and small toys to help entertain and pass the time in hospital, along with practical items. Please give £25 to help fund a Kids Kit.

£25

Donate a Cancer Kit

Help someone who is undergoing cancer treatment. Our Cancer Kit will contain a mindfulness puzzle book to relieve boredom, along with relaxing pillow spray to aid sleep, and other essentials. Please give £25 to help fund a Cancer Kit.

£25

Donate a Chemo Kit

Help someone undergoing chemotherapy. The kits contain items to offset some of the unpleasant side effects of treatment, like cold hands and feet, nausea, and sensitive teeth. Please give £25 to help fund a Chemo Kit.

Comfort Kit

£25

Donate a Comfort Kit

Comfort Kits are for older people with cancer, who may have different needs to younger patients. The Kit includes items to give warmth and comfort, as well as practical items. Please give £25 to help fund a Comfort Kit.