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There are approximately 367,000 new cancer cases in the UK every year — that's around 1,000 every day (2015-2017).

Every donation we receive makes a momentous difference in the lives of those affected by cancer. Your contribution ensures we can continue to offer support to those who need it most, so there's always someone to talk to, providing information, hope, and inspiration. As an established charity, an exceptionally high percentage of donations go directly to support people who are in genuine need of your help.

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Ways to donate to World Cancer Care

There are many ways in which you can donate to World Cancer Care.

Whether you'd like to make a one-off donation to support our work or arrange a regular donation to continue making a huge difference to individuals with cancer and their families, you'll be doing something amazing. The majority of donations we receive go directly to helping people who need our help the most

We want everyone to have the best possible chance of surviving cancer, wherever they are in the world. Therefore, you can also sponsor a medical camp in India to bring cancer awareness, education and screening facilities to people who are otherwise unable to access care.

One Time Donation Regular donation Sponsor A Camp

Together, let's do something special!

If you'd prefer to donate your precious time, we're always looking for volunteers and fundraisers. From bake sales to scenic hikes, mud runs, marathons and bike rides, there are many ways in which you can help give something back, benefitting your local community and the people who so desperately need your support.

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At World Cancer Care we provide help and support for any individuals affected by cancer

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