Our music ambassadors
We're lucky to have the support of these fantastic artists who are helping us raise awareness and funds to support young people with cancer.
Roger Daltrey designs Lotus Evora
Roger Daltrey has joined forces with premium British sports car manufacturer, Lotus, to create a one-off Roger Daltrey Lotus Evora, which will be auctioned for Teenage Cancer Trust on Thursday 1 December.
This unique collaboration of two internationally respected and admired British icons aims to raise as much money as possible for young people with cancer in the UK.
The award-winning, high-performance sports car, personalised by Roger has been hand-built by a specialist team at Lotus Design and is expected raise over £80,000.
For more information and pictures of the car click here.
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Liam Gallagher designs T-shirt for Teenage Cancer Trust
Pretty Green is a British clothing label founded and designed by long term supporter of Teenage Cancer Trust, Liam Gallagher.
Liam and Pretty Green recently designed a limited edition t-shirt and pin badge and helped raise £40,000 for Teenage Cancer Trust.
“I've always been a massive supporter of Teenage Cancer Trust. This collaboration is only just the start,” says Liam.
Teenage Cancer Trust's Music Manager, Jane Ashton says, “Music plays a huge role in most young people’s lives, whatever they are going through and it’s a big part of Teenage Cancer Trust so naturally we are delighted that Liam has chosen to support us with this fantastic bespoke T-shirt and pin badge. We’re also excited to welcome Liam back to the Royal Albert Hall) this year, with Beady Eye and look forward to further collaborations with Pretty Green.”
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Fenech-Soler donate 'Stop and Stare' profits to Teenage Cancer Trust
British electropop band Fenech Soler are donating profits from their new single 'Stop and Stare' to Teenage Cancer Trust.
Leadsinger Ben Duffy was diagnosed with the early stages of testicular cancer. He has recently been giving the all clear but the band has decided to donate profits from their new single ‘Stop and Stare’ to Teenage Cancer Trust.
"We want to do something positive with this situation and we can do that by giving money to Teenage Cancer Trust and helping to create awareness about the amazing work they do," said Ben.
Joe McElderry performs live at our Newcastle Unit
Joe recently sang to young cancer patients on our Newcastle Unit. His performance included requests from patients and was broadcast to all Teenage Cancer Trust units across the country.
If you missed Joe's live acoustic performance watch it at Jimmyteens.tv.