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
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
Crisis Appeal Update
Barry Rinaldi, our Chairman, said:
"I would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has contributed to our crisis appeal, both in terms of donations and encouragement. For a local charity to have raised almost £300,000 in two months is incredible. It speaks volumes that so many people have recognised the role we play in helping others through their experience of cancer. We acknowledge that this is some way from the amount we asked for, however we remain confident that we have a future."
Please visit our news page for our full statement.
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.
Try a Triathlon in Winchester this May Day! Read more
We were absolutely delighted to find out, as a result of the public vote for Tesco Bags of Help, we've been awarded £25,000! With this, we will be running a series of Cancer Health and Wellbeing days across the Wessex region. Read more
Local people living with cancer will still have somewhere to go for help, thanks to communities uniting to save Wessex Cancer Trust. Read more
Our appeal patron, Harry Redknapp, has met donors, supporters and volunteers from across to thank them for working tirelessly to support us, following our recent crisis appeal. 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
When it comes to facing challenges, the people around you are your strongest asset. Read more