You can help us to make a difference this Christmas, and all year round.
Christmas cards bring a smile, but a donation leads to a lifetime of happiness - that's why this Christmas, we're kindly asking you to give a gift that keeps on giving.
Instead of buying and sending Christmas cards, could you donate £5 to help us support more young people living with cancer and the lasting effects?
Your donation will help young people, like Lucia, who was diagnosed with Stage 4 Hodgkins Lymphoma, aged 22.
"I needed a distraction, something that would make me feel normal again. After joining Teens Unite, I felt like a different person. I became happier, more motivated, and most importantly, less lonely."
With your generosity, we will be able to organise more activities, which bring young people who have faced or are facing cancer, together. With the support of us, and each other, they can learn new skills, enjoy new experiences, and rebuild their confidence without cancer holding them back.
Once you have donated, we will send you an e-card that can be shared with loved ones to spread the festive joy.
You can donate here.
Thank you for your support.
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