We are delighted that our partnership with Omaze has raised an incredible £1,050,000 to help stop cancer damaging young people’s lives.
In 2020, our first draw with Omaze raised an incredible £250,000 to help ensure that young people with cancer didn’t face the coronavirus pandemic alone.
This September, we were so thrilled to be chosen again, for the second time, to benefit from their Marbella Superdraw. The draw raised and incredible £800,000 to help fund our specialist nurses, youth support teams and hospital units within the NHS to provide the very best care and support during treatment and beyond, making sure cancer doesn’t stop young people living their lives.
“Cancer doesn’t just devastate a young person’s health, it threatens to take away everything they care about – their identity, their independence and their dreams. Our incredible nurses and support teams do all they can to stop that happening, and make sure that cancer doesn’t stop young people living their lives.
We are so grateful to Omaze for their continued support for teens and young adults with cancer, because to put it simply, without the generosity of the public and partners like Omaze, nothing we do would be possible.”
Paul McKenzie, Director of Fundraising, Teenage Cancer Trust