- How much does it cost to keep the units running?
- I'm worried I might have cancer. What shall I do? I'm concerned my doctor won't take me seriously
- Can you put me in touch with one of your celebrity supporters?
- How much money do you spend on admin and fundraising costs?
- How can I work for Teenage Cancer Trust?
- How can I volunteer for Teenage Cancer Trust?
- Can I visit one of your units?
- I have raised some money for Teenage Cancer Trust. How can I pay it in?
- Do you provide prizes/auction items for fundraising events?
- Where can I get a sponsorship form?
- Which online fundraising platform I should use and why?
- What is your medical research policy?
Currently all of the care and support for young people with cancer, and the education and awareness we provide costs just over £9 million per year. But right now, we can’t reach every young person who needs our support. We’re working hard with our incredible supporters to make sure we can.
I’m worried I might have cancer. What shall I do? I’m concerned that my doctor won’t take me seriously
If you are worried about your health, try not to keep it to yourself – talking to friends and family can really help. So can talking to a professional – like your own doctor or a nurse at your school, university or a walk-in centre. For more information, please visit the Get Help section of our website.
Whilst we do work very closely with a range of high profile people, this is purely on an ambassadorial level on behalf of Teenage Cancer Trust. Unfortunately we are unable to pass on individual requests from members of the general public.
Of every £1 donated to Teenage Cancer Trust, 77p is spent on supporting young people with cancer.
We work out this figure in the same way as other major charities in the UK so that our supporters can compare us with other organisations. We also use our financial results for the last three years which ensures that significant events in any single year do not have a distorting effect. This figure excludes trading income and expenditure associated with challenge events, registration fees and tickets for our shows at the Royal Albert Hall because these trading activities represent a different type of fundraising and if they are included they do not properly represent the efficiency of every £1 donated.
Unfortunately we are unable to organise visits to units in response to individual requests because of health and safety reasons and to avoid causing disruption to patients.
Thank you so much for raising money for Teenage Cancer Trust. Your support will help us to ensure young people don’t face cancer alone. You can pay in the money you have raised in the following ways:
- On our website
- Over the phone, by calling our Supporter Care team on 020 7612 0370 and using your credit or debit card to pay
- By post. Please complete our Donation Form and send it to: Freepost RRHG-UZRK-XLEE Teenage Cancer Trust 93 Newman Street London W1T 3EZ
- By setting up a fundraising page on JustGiving
- Paying directly in the bank or arranging for the bank transfer. Please call our Supporter Care team on 020 7612 0370, so we can provide you with our bank details and reference number to quote when making the transfer.
We are unable to provide raffle prizes or auction items for fundraising events, but there are many ways we can support you with your event. Check out our fundraising ideas or contact the Supporter Care team on 020 7612 0370
If you would like to request a sponsorship form, please contact our Supporter Care team on 020 7612 0370. If you haven't done already you will need to complete a fundraising registriation form, letting us know about your fundraising activity.
To ensure that we are able to process and thank for all donations in the most cost effective and efficient way as well as deliver the best possible supporter experience, we recommend that our supporters use JustGiving for their online fundraising. We have well established processes with JustGiving and using them will ensure that we are able to keep our administrative costs to minimum.
Teenage Cancer Trust is primarily a service delivery organization, developing ways of providing the best possible care and professional support for young people with cancer. We allocate a small percentage of our funds to research projects aimed at improving care but do not fund any animal testing. Read the research area of our site for more information.