Fifty pounds will put in place the funding for someone to attend our award-winning Treatment Support Clinic. Led by one of our Doctors and NHS Oncology staff, this crucial work is building bridges between National Health Oncology services and a whole person approach to cancer.
A £24 gift made now, will help pay for someone struggling with the emotional impact of a cancer diagnosis by giving them access to a Counsellor or Complementary Therapist. This sort of individual, professional support makes a big difference to those living with cancer.
Fifteen pounds today will make it possible for someone to attend a weekly group activity like healthy cooking or Nordic walking – something that can make coping with the symptoms, side effects and emotional impact of cancer much more manageable.
“From the very first question, through the darkest times of chemotherapy – Penny Brohn was there for me. Now we must be there for them, because this extraordinary charity can only carry on setting the standard if we support them.” – Jo
Other ways to donate
There are lots of ways to help people like Jo to live as well as possible with a cancer diagnosis. If you want to get involved, we’d love to hear from you. Find out more about how you can be part of our family of support.