This Christmas, give the best gift of all...
As part of The Big Give Christmas Challenge, if you donate to Teens Unite between midday on 28th November - midday 5th December, your donation will be doubled! That's one donation, but double the difference.
As it's a time for giving, we're asking for your help to combat loneliness amongst young people living with cancer and the lasting effects.
83% of young people diagnosed with cancer experience loneliness, and 87% will lose contact with their friends. This Christmas, let’s make that change.
No one should be alone, and with The Big Give Christmas Challenge, your donation will go even further at a time when young people feel more isolated and alone than ever.
For many of the young people supported by Teens Unite, Christmas is a reminder of how much of an impact cancer has on their life, and the opportunities and experiences it deprives them of.
With your support, Teens Unite can host more activities and events; which bring young people diagnosed with cancer, together. They can find friendship, spend time with others who genuinely understand, and start to feel positive about life once again.
Only donations made through The Big Give platform will be doubled - please click here.
Beneficiaries and their families join us for a screening of the best Christmas movie ever!
Austin's Funeral Service Christmas Service honours the memory of those we have lost.
The Christof Ball - Karen Millen OBE, Gok Wan, Kele Le Roc, dancing, singing, and raising vital funds...all in one evening!
On yesterday's episode of The One Show, Angelos' training officially started alongside celebrity mentor, Jermaine Jenas. We can't wait to watch this challenge unfold!
The Challenge Squad! Featuring Angelo - One of the young people we support, has launched on The One Show in aid of BBC Children in Need!
The sky's the limit for supporters of Teens Unite, VolkerFitzpatrick, as 15 members of the team have just touched down from embracing the challenge of a lifetime - a skydive from 13,000ft!
Teens Unite marked World Mental Health Day on 10th October with the launch of a new campaign - 'The impacts of cancer are not always visible'. We're raising awareness of the mental health implications, which last long after treatment ends.
Young people overcoming the challenges of cancer and their families enjoy a day out with the big cats
Fitness instructor takes on virtual Three Peaks Challenge, following brain tumour diagnosis, to support others going through cancer.