Leukaemia CARE is a charity to supporting anyone affected by a diagnosis of Blood or Lymphatic Cancer.
Leukaemia CARE is a charity committed to supporting anyone affected by a diagnosis of Blood or Lymphatic Cancer.
Leukaemia CARE is a small, national charity with their head office in Worcester. Our support covers the whole of the UK, Ireland and Scotland. With a small team of dedicated staff members and volunteers we are able to provide support through a unique 24 hour free line CARE Line; there is always someone on the end of the line to support those who need it the most. In addition we provide a support groups, patient conference, information leaflets and much more.
"Barclays Corporate has been fundraising for Leukaemia CARE for numerous years now. The charity is great at supporting any of our ideas, as well as providing us with the promotional materials needed. Raising funds for a worthwhile cause through different and exciting events is great for staff morale, the company image and our relationship with our customers." Andy Bird, Corporate Director, Barclays Corporate
We have numerous businesses that have made Leukaemia CARE their "charity of the year". This builds on or creates team morale, generates publicity around the events and in return excellent awareness for your company. The Corporate Social Responsibility taken on through helping raise funds for Leukaemia CARE is recognised by your customers/clients and can enable continuous support/business. We are really proud that the Mayor of Worcester is associated with us and that he will be supporting us.
I would like to thank Helen at Leukaemia CARE for her hospitality last night. What a lovely venue and a great hostess! Good luck to the team there on the Outdoor Activity event coming up later this month
It was a great evening at Leukaemia Care. There is a calm welcoming atmosphere in the building and Helen is passionate about what she does and that enthusiasm is infectious.
Thanks to Leukaemia CARE’s campaign on behalf of students who have had bone marrow transplant, my son James was able to take up a place at a medical school without having undertaken all of the previously...
Up until I booked my skydive I was excited, but then when I knew there wasn’t any going back I was terrified! It was the single scariest thing I’ve ever done, but also by far the best! I was so nervous...
My advice for anyone going through treatment for cancer would be to stay positive and keep smiling...always remember there is someone there to help you if you need it. Pick up the phone to Leukaemia CARE..night...