Here at Teenage Cancer Trust, we want to use our social media to show people what it's like to go through cancer as a teenager or a young adult. What better way to do that than handing over control of our social channels (Snapchat, Instagram, or Twitter) so can tell your story yourself?

Your takeover can be whatever you want it to be. You can use it as a chance to talk about everything you've been through or you can focus on just one thing. You can show people what a day in your life is like. You can answer questions from our followers (and even then, you only have to answer the ones you want to!). 

Take a look at Bav's takeover of our Instagram Stories to see what he did! 

Interested in doing your own takeover? Let us know by filling out the form below!

Once you've submitted it, someone from Teenage Cancer Trust will be in touch to chat. Filling out this form doesn't mean you'll definitely get to do a takeover, but it's an important first step! 

What happens when I fill out the form? 

Someone from Teenage Cancer Trust will get in touch with you via the email address you've submitted to chat a bit about your experience and what your takeover might be about. 

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