We help people across the UK to survive or if possible prevent cancer. We do this by providing information, financial assistance and support; including a special programme for children and young people. Our approach is positive, practical and empowering.

  • Skydive with us!

    Skydive  with us

    Join us for a Parachute Jump and help improve the lives of children and adults living with cancer!

    Freefall from 12,000ft, strapped to a BPA instructor, you'll be full of adrenaline and taking in a view you'll never forget. Click here to find out more...
  • Supporting Research

    Proton Research Study Cheque

    Cancer Recovery fund joint UK-US Study to compare radiotherapy with proton therapy in childhood cancer.

    Cancer Recovery Foundation UK and our US based sister charity Children's Cancer Recovery Foundation have provided £65,000 to help fund a leading collaborative international study into proton therapy. Learn More...
  • New Challenges!

    Charity Cycle Challenge

    Sign up now for one of our new for 2016 Cycle Challenges!

    We have a number of cycling events available in the UK and abroad! Join us and cycle across India or through Cambodia and Vietnam, or for the ever popular London to Paris 3 day or 5 day event! Click here for more information...
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