From the moment cancer comes crashing into a young person's life, we're there to make sure they don't have to face it alone. Please read and download our Achievements Report, which tells the story of 2015/16 at Teenage Cancer Trust and shows the very real difference we make to young people
"If I could tell my 14-year-old self that one day post treatment I would run a marathon, I would have had the reassurance that people not only can survive to enjoy 'normal lives', they are also able to 'live life to the full' in ways they very much didn't anticipate." - Read and share Claire's story: [ Ow.ly Link ]
"The harsh reality is, being diagnosed with cancer as a teenager is massively isolating." Claire began cancer treatment when she was 14. Now she's taking on the London Marathon to help make sure young people don't face cancer alone. Read her story and support her fundraising...
This is Val and her team after they shaved their heads at SFB Events' SF Ball - helping to bring the evening's total amount raised to £5,555! Huge thanks to everyone involved over the years for raising over £34,000 to support our vital work. Find out more about the event and see our photo gallery: [ Ow.ly Link ]
365 days, 52 songs, 1 man. Sean has undertaken an epic song writing marathon, creating a song every week to support young people with cancer following his own experience of being diagnosed with a malignant tumour in his tongue when he was 20. Listen to the songs on his page: McBain and read more about his story and fundraising...
Tonight Slash Football are raising money for us by hosting a football tournament with a difference... players including YouTubers Callux, Calfreezy, The Burnt Chip, JMX and Manny will be electrocuted while they play! Find out how you can support 'An Absolute Shocker' and watch it live from 7pm --> ow.ly/ozw13093xie
Listen to and buy your copy of 'One Day at a Time', the single inspired by Vincent Appleby, who died from leukaemia aged 18. Friends and family have collaborated on the moving track and released it in aid of us to help support young people with cancer: [ Ow.ly Link ]
The incredible Ed Sheeran has joined the line-up for our 2017 shows at the Royal Albert Hall in association with Aldi UK! Share the exciting news and get your tickets from 9am on Friday: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Massive thanks to RBC whose Trade For The Kids event yesterday raised an incredible £150,000 to support our work! Sam was there with them to share his story and let them know what a difference our support can make
"It's a hard feeling to describe, being diagnosed with cancer" World Cancer Day may be over, but we're not going to stop until all young people like Annie get the specialist care they need. Please read and share her story