To help us raise awareness of cancer, we regularly run fundraising or awareness campaigns. In May 2021 we teamed up with supporting businesses to provide support packs to help those going through cancer treatment or running more support events. Explore the campaigns to learn more.
Here at Cancer Education UK, we love getting stuck into different fundraising challenges so we can help to make a difference to the BAMER community. If you have an idea or want to discuss ideas with a member of our fundraising team, we’d love to hear from you! There’s no one-size-fits-all when it comes to raising money for a great cause.
Your support means a lot to us and it’s your donations that help to save people’s lives, whether that’s from awareness classes to educate the community, providing support packs to help those going through cancer treatment or running more support events.There has never been a better time to help out the BAME community and donate.
By volunteering for Cancer Education UK, you are helping us ensure that no one has to face cancer alone. Our volunteers play an important part in the charity and help to spread the word about Cancer Education UK and provide support to our community. We’re always on the lookout for new volunteers and we’re grateful for any time you can give. Whether you would like to be a regular volunteer, a casual volunteer or give a one-off day, every action you take to support the vital work we do makes a difference. Thank you!
It’s good to do good. I’m passionate about equality and fighting against disparities and CEDUK shares that ethos. Everyone should have access to the same quality of healthcare.
With a determination to choose the healthcare industry as my ideal career path in the future, I inspire to make my own contribution to a cancer charity that advocates for underrepresented groups of individuals as a starting point.
I have always wanted to be involved within the charity sector and use my skills for great causes.
I really wanted to get to use my creativity and up-skill which has been very beneficial to me. I also feel very passionate about the charity and have learnt so much from volunteering.
When COVID came along I found myself, like many others, with a lot of spare time. I knew I wanted to do something that made a difference. I discovered I could use my design skills to help benefit others.
Having lost relatives to cancer, I wanted to make a difference by donating my skills and experience. Anyone can do it.