Bradford Cancer Support is a local charity which has been providing support to cancer patients, their carers and families for over 20 years.
Thanks to kind donations and funding, the charity’s new Cancer Support Centre offers a range of services providing invaluable information, practical help and emotional support.
Bradford Cancer Support – a charitable organisation providing help when you need it.
Invaluable information and practical help
The charity is an invaluable source of information and practical help for cancer patients and their families – vital for those wanting to make well-informed decisions.
As well as the main Centre, there is an Information Centre within the Bradford Royal Infirmary – both offer a drop-in service for people to access a huge range of information about diagnosis, treatment and care as well as to talk to someone in confidence.
Bradford Cancer Support’s Welfare Rights team is available to help people claim all of their entitlements when ill, as well as providing advice on issues such as debt, employment and legal matters.
The team of volunteer drivers is also available for those who struggle to use public transport and don’t have access to a car, helping to get them to their various appointments.
All of the Bradford Cancer Support services are provided free of charge to people whose lives have been affected by cancer in the Bradford Metropolitan District.
A diagnosis of cancer isn’t easy to cope with. This charitable organisation can help with a range of services:
Art and IT classes
Relaxation and gentle exercises classes
Bradford Cancer Support needs your help to help others and welcomes your kind support - every donation makes a difference.
If you would like to donate or get involved with fundraising, there are many ways you can help:
Take part in a fundraising event
Organise your own fundraising event
Make a single or regular donation
Donate monthly through your employer (Give As You Earn)
Make a donation in memory of a lost loved one or in lieu of flowers
Leave a legacy
Shop online at Bradford Cancer Support’s webshop
Buy a ticket for the charity’s lottery for a chance of win £10,000
You don’t just have to donate money – you can donate your time by becoming a volunteer driver for Bradford Cancer Support’s transport scheme.
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