When you become a Benefactor of Teenage Cancer Trust, you’ll also become a key part of our specialist and trusted team dedicated to changing the lives of young people with cancer.

Your money will help us to fund our world-class care and support services, including our specialist units and our expert staff who are so vital to making cancer more bearable for young people.

There are two levels of commitment:

  • Gold - contributing more than £5,000 annually
  • Silver - contributing between £2,500 and £5,000 annually

Whichever level of commitment you choose, your support could not be more valuable to us and to the young people whose lives you will touch.

How your support helps

Your generosity will create a lasting legacy that will help transform the lives of thousands of young people every year.


Could pay for a young person to attend Teenage Cancer Trust’s annual Find your Sense of Tumour weekend conference at Center Parcs and allow them to meet others with cancer, often for the first time.


Could fund the activity budget for one of Teenage Cancer Trust’s Youth Support Coordinators for one year, enabling them to organise arts and crafts sessions, music lessons, discussion groups, pampering sessions, games, and events on and outside of the unit.


Could pay for 2,500 students in local secondary schools, colleges and universities to have an engaging and upbeat talk from Teenage Cancer Trust’s education team on how to spot the early signs of cancer and how to prevent it in later life. 


Could fund a Youth Support Coordinator to provide individually tailored support to young people for a year, helping them define themselves as individuals and not just cancer patients.


Could fund a lead nurse to provide specialist care to an estimated 91 young people with cancer this year.

How we’ll thank you

  • We will give you advance notice of, and priority booking for, any Teenage Cancer Trust events such as our concerts at the Royal Albert Hall 
  • You’ll be invited to join fellow Teenage Cancer Trust Benefactors at events throughout the year
  • With your permission, we’ll also publicly thank you for your commitment to our work on our website 
  • We will also keep you informed on our progress and how your money is being spent

The most important benefit of all is something that only young people themselves can provide - the knowledge that you’re helping them to beat cancer. 

Current benefactors

Many thanks to our current benefactors for their support and generosity:

Gold benefactors

  • Adrian Carr
  • John Chandris
  • David & Ruth Coffer
  • Mark Connell
  • Richard Curry
  • Stanley & Rita Davis
  • Andy & Grainne Fletcher
  • Len & Rita Gayler
  • Michael & Carolyn Goldhill
  • Martin Gore
  • Frank Grace
  • Ronnie Harris
  • John Kennedy
  • Patrick and Maureen Maher
  • Terence Mordaunt
  • Ray O'Sullivan
  • David J Peacock
  • Richard & Christine Phillips
  • Kevin Reardon
  • Stuart Roden
  • Christine Saladas
  • Christian Salbaing
  • David & Sally Scott
  • Pam Smith
  • Clare Strowger
  • Darren Strowger
  • David Sullivan
  • Martin Vella
  • Christopher & Louise Ward
  • Frank & Susan Warren
  • Nigel Wray
  • M&J Flat Roofing Limited
  • Roof Asset Management Consultancy Limited

Silver benefactors

  • Nicholas Fielding
  • Tina and Peter Garrott, in memory of Alexandra Elizabeth Sales
  • David Kyte
  • Ray and Barbara Mawhood
  • Elizabeth and Daniel Peltz
  • Edward Pivcevic
  • Robert Rosenberg
  • Jeremy and Gillian Seigal
  • Hon Giles Wigoder
  • Paul and Christine Williams
  • Roger Wills