When Kate was diagnosed with cancer at just 32 it came as a complete shock. Read more
Every week you have the chance to win a £25,000 jackpot plus many other fantastic cash prizes, and at the same time, you’re helping raise vital funds for local children and adults. 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.
We are looking for thrill seekers to join our Wessex Skydive Team in support of local families affected by Cancer. Read more
Get Stripey this September and help us support children with cancer and their families.
Whether you wear your stripes with pride at work or hold a stripey night in with friends Get Stripey is the perfect way to have fun and support local children affected by cancer. Read more
What could be better than running through the beautiful scenery of the New Forest?! Read more
The Walk for Hope challenge is fast approaching, and many celebrities are already backing this brand new event. Read more
Fiona Roy and her brother Nick from Hampshire, both took part in the London Marathon and so far raised an astonishing over £24,000 for Wessex Cancer Trust. Read more
A team of 18 employees take on the Dragon Boat Challenge to raise funds for Cosham Cancer Support Centre. Read more
Tim, 71, is from Winchester and has been diagnosed with terminal cancer. He began visiting us after hearing about Wessex Cancer Trust through the oncology ward at Winchester Hospital. Read more
Dawn found the Wessex Cancer Trust Cancer Support Centre was somewhere she could finally release her emotions after feeling like she had to be strong for family and friends. Read more
Ray found that visiting his local Centre towards the end of his treatment helped him feel like himself again. Read more