Help fulfil Stephen's final wish: that no young person has to face cancer alone

Stephen Sutton with his mum Jane, both smiling.

Young people like Stephen urgently need your help

Before the day is out, seven more young people and their families will have their world turned upside down by a cancer diagnosis. 

Please give whatever you can today to ensure every young person like Stephen gets the expert care they deserve.

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Jane Sutton’s son Stephen passed away from bowel cancer 10 years ago at the age of just 19. 

Stephen spent the last months of his life raising money for Teenage Cancer Trust – his final wish was that every young person would have the care and support that he’d had.

Read more about Stephen’s incredible story

I’ll never forget the difference that Teenage Cancer Trust made to Stephen and our family.

Jane Sutton, Stephen's mum
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Why support Teenage Cancer Trust

Teenage Cancer Trust’s specially trained nurses and youth support workers walk with young people like Stephen and their families every step of the way, from diagnosis to treatment and beyond.    

Our units are the only ones in the UK specially designed for young people. It’s getting tougher than ever to keep these units running, and we can only keep their doors open with your support.

We urgently need your help to be there for every young person with cancer.

Our registered charity details: 1062559 (England & Wales), SC039757 (Scotland). 

How we support young people with cancer


specialist cancer units built-in hospitals across the UK


funded Teenage Cancer Trust Nurses and Youth Support Coordinators


accredited cancer information pages, written for young people

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