Give a Gift and show your support


During the festive period it is easy to overlook the fact that Christmas should be a time of reflection and of giving.
It’s said that during the Christmas week, Britons spend around £6.7 billion on food, drink and presents, so why not balance out all of the indulgence with a gift to charity?

There’s plenty of ways to support HRCC, whether it’s through a donation of money or time…

A gift of £10… Could pay for essential oils for a massage.
A gift of £25… Could pay for a counselling session.
A gift of £50… Would fund a reflexology treatment.

Alternatively we are always looking for new volunteers to help us with our collection days, events or in the shops and Cancer Support Centres. If you would like to help HRCC in anyway and would like more information, please call the Fundraising Team on 01245 380 719 or email

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We are calling on everyone in our community to play a vital role in helping us to fundraise which will allow us to continue enabling quality of life while living with cancer.