Support us while you shop this Christmas

Tue 30 Nov '21

You can make a difference to the lives of young people with cancer this Christmas simply by stocking up on gifts and cards, thanks to several of our wonderful partners.

Altogether unstoppable - celebrating our legendary partnerships 2021

Mon 15 Nov '21

In our 30th Anniversary year we wanted to celebrate Teenage Cancer Trust’s Legendary Partnerships.


Find Your Sense of Tumour (18-26), Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 November

Thu 4 Nov '21

We’ve made the difficult decision to cancel our virtual Find Your Sense of Tumour (FYSOT) event for young people aged 18-26, and are no longer able to accept applications.

Find Your Sense of Tumour

Teenage Cancer Trust and 49 cancer charities call on to the Government to invest urgently in the NHS cancer workforce.

Mon 11 Oct '21

Teenage Cancer Trust has today joined with 49 other cancer charities and organisations, including Cancer Research UK, Macmillan Cancer Support, and Young Lives vs Cancer, to write to the Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak, and the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Sajid Javid to deliver on its commitments to improve cancer survival and care in the UK.


Teenage Cancer Trust and Morgan Stanley charity partnership raises £1.4 million

Tue 21 Sep '21

Teenage Cancer Trust has announced that its partnership with Morgan Stanley has raised over £1.4 million to provide specialist nursing care, support and dedicated facilities for young people with cancer. The achievement smashes its original target of raising £1m.

Units, University College Hospital London, Local fundraising

Find Your Sense of Tumour Under 18’s: important update

Tue 14 Sep '21

We’re sorry to announce that we’ve made the difficult decision to cancel our current delivery plans for the virtual Find Your Sense of Tumour (FYSOT) event for young people aged 13-17, which was due to take place on Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 October.

Find Your Sense of Tumour

Chief Nurse calls for double jabbed to proceed with caution

Mon 16 Aug '21

From Monday, those in England who have received both doses of the Covid-19 vaccination will no longer need to self-isolate if they suspect they have come into contact with someone with the virus. Instead, they are advised to take a PCR test.

Health, Public Health

Our friendship and cancer campaign

Fri 30 Jul '21

3 in 4 young people with cancer we surveyed said their friendships were affected by cancer. Find out how young people’s friendships can change after diagnosis and how to be a good mate to someone facing cancer.

Patient experience

A third of young people with cancer unable to access mental health services

Thu 17 Jun '21

We are launching our #NotOK campaign calling on UK Governments to improve access to psychological support for young people with cancer