We want to keep you up to date on how we are working to ensure we are helping young people figting cancer to live their best life. Here you can read our Impact Reports as well as our Report & Accounts. If you have any questions you can contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
All Charities are required, by law, to prepare an annual statement and accounts and to make them publicly available. Teens Unite's accounts can be found on the Charity Commission website, and are further published below.
If you have any questions about our accounts, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Football is good for your physical health, and a good kick about can also lead to improved mental health
The health benefits of a game of shuffleboard may surprise you
Discover You 2023 a motivational conference for young people overcoming the challenges of cancer
Teens Unite have received a grant from Hertfordshire Freemasons, for an incredible &amp;amp;pound;59,000, helping us to provide support to hundreds of young people living with cancer and the lasting effects.&amp;amp;nbsp;
Caitlin, a young person supported by Teens Unite has been on a fundraising mission to help others in a similar situation. And we're so proud of her!
We need your help - wherever you are! Whether you live local to our offices in Hertfordshire or further afield, you could support us by raising vital funds and awareness for Teens Unite.&amp;nbsp;
A pre-Christmas trip to the magic of Winter Wonderland
Following in the footsteps of Othello, King Lear, Hamlet and Macbeth
Young people overcoming the challenges that cancer brings joined us for some online baking
Bringing young people together to play games to boost their health
The origins of graffiti are incredibly relevant to our work
A fantastic London based event funded by an amazing supporter