Our campaign partners

As a member of campaigning coalitions such as the Cancer Campaigning Group, we join forces with other charities to get the best deal for cancer patients.

Below you can read about the different ways we are working with others to campaign for change.

Cancer Campaigning Group

We are a member of the Cancer Campaigning Group (CCG).

The CCG is a coalition of national cancer-related charities representing service providers, research, advocacy and campaigning groups for cancer patients and their families.

Founded in 2002, it enables cancer charities to speak and campaign with a single unified voice. The aim of the CCG is to campaign for improved cancer policy and services in the areas of prevention; care and treatment; patient involvement and choice; and research.

Cancer Campaigning Group

Rarer Cancers Foundation

We are a member of the Rarer Cancers Foundation (RCF) which was established in 2001. 

It is a coalition that offers advice and information to individuals with rare and less common cancers or to their families and friends, providing a 'bespoke' service by phone/email/post.

The concept for the Rarer Cancers Foundation stemmed from two men diagnosed with kidney cancer who identified the need for a group to amplify the voice of those with less common cancers, i.e. all those that are not colon, breast, lung and prostate cancers.

The RCF produce educational resources and strive to secure the best possible services for people living with rarer cancers.

Rarer Cancers Foundation


We are a member of Cancer52 whose aim is to provide a united campaigning voice for the particular needs of patients with less common cancers.

Cancer52 seeks to discuss and suggest improvements to government for the provision of cancer services for patients with the less common cancers.

It has grown from an initial group that was brought together at the request of the National Cancer Director, Mike Richards to input into the Cancer Reform Strategy.


Our campaigning work

We campaign to raise awareness of childhood leukaemia and other childhood cancers.

We are dedicated to raising awareness and protecting children from the possible causes of leukaemia and other cancers, and to improve the lives of young cancer patients and their families, today and for future generations.

Find out more about our campaign work and how you can take action

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