We must raise £600,000 by 31 January 2020 or we face the harsh reality that our services will no longer be there for you when you need us. Read more
When Kate was diagnosed with cancer at just 32 it came as a complete shock. Read more
Cancer can be a daunting prospect whether you are living with it directly, or supporting a loved one through their journey. We offer a range of services to help you through this time.
By fundraising for Wessex Cancer Trust you’re joining an amazing community of people doing extraordinary things to improve the lives of local people affected by cancer.
Whether its a regular commitment volunteering in our shops, befriending in our support centres or a helping at a one off event we have the perfect volunteer role for you.
Join us for our sponsored walk in the beautiful New Forest and celebrate those who have survived cancer, inspire those recently diagnosed and support local families in your community. Read more
Join us for festive drinks, mince pies and to sing along to your Christmas favourites! Read more
The finalisation of the building works at our Isle of Wight Cancer Support Centre means that the centre will need to close between the 4th and 15th of November 2019. Read more
Whilst cancer changes people’s lives, emotional stress can be overwhelming too. There’s no list of answers to solve all of your concerns, like to turn the phone off or go to bed earlier. It’s not about the tactics, but acknowledging that self-care is not selfish. It’s about reading the signals and acting on them in times of distress. Read more
Update on our Cosham Cancer Support Centre Read more
Caroline Andrews, who lives in Winchester, finds that regular visits to our Chandler's Ford support centre helps her with her bad days and hospital check-ups. Read more
"It wasn't a race, because we were all on the same team." Read more
What happens about work if you have cancer? For Kate Monserrate it gave her a focus throughout her cancer diagnosis and treatment. Read more