Michelle, mum to Elliott who was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, at age 14.
Cancer doesn’t just affect the person diagnosed, but those closest to them. However long it’s been since your child’s diagnosis,
we’re here for you.
Is your child in their teens or early 20’s? They can join our free activities and events to meet others living with and beyond cancer.
Once they’ve registered, you can get to know other parents who understand, with our parent events and online community.
We offer events and activities for siblings too.
You can see what’s coming up here.
Teens Unite has officially entered a service collaboration with Young Lives vs Cancer (formerly CLIC Sargent) to ensure more young people have access to the vital support they need throughout their fight with cancer.
BerryWorld have chosen Teens Unite as their Charity of The Year, and we are delighted with this new partnership.
Dayle is taking on an epic, solo row across the Atlantic at the end of the year in aid of Teens Unite. His challenge has already taken many months of hardwork and preparation, then delayed due to COVID but now he's gearing up to get to his start line