Among other achievements, we gave hundreds of young people unforgettable days with our weekend Find Your Sense of Tumour events and the Ultimate Backstage Experience at our Royal Albert Hall gigs. We published the first detailed report of cancer in 13-24-year-olds with Public Health England.
We campaigned for the HPV vaccine to be available for a wider age range of boys. We highlighted the huge impact cancer can have on body confidence and self-esteem with our #StillMe campaign.
But most of all, it was a year of being there every day for young people with cancer, when they needed a friendly face who really gets what they need at that moment. We were there whether they’d just been diagnosed with cancer, were in the middle of treatment, or were starting to look ahead to the rest of their lives. The value and impact of that day-to-day work for young people cannot be overstated.
For detailed information about our work, income and expenditure, please read our Annual Report and Accounts 2019