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I'd like to support The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity

Right now, our cancer patients are among the most vulnerable people in the country. They need us now more than ever before.

We won’t let them face it alone.

We recently opened the doors to Liverpool's first cancer hospital - on schedule and in the face of a global pandemic. We're so proud of what we've achieved but we wont stop there. Work will begin later this year on improvements to our Wirral centre and very soon, we will bring blood cancer patients into Clatterbridge Cancer Centre - Liverpool.

Everything we do plays a vital role in providing cancer care during the Covid-19 crisis and beyond, but we couldn't do it without you.

It is our aim to transform cancer care in a setting as far removed from the coronavirus as possible. Will you help us?


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Clatterbridge Cancer Centre Liverpool is the culmination of an eight-year vision for transforming cancer care in a region with one of the highest rates of cancer in the country. It brings state-of-the-art facilities and pioneering cancer treatments to Cheshire and Merseyside at a time when they are more vitally needed than ever.

The new hospital, along with investment in our centre in Wirral - due to start later this year - will allow us to lead the way in giving the best cancer care, finding new treatments and saving lives.

While the need to shield our patients and protect our incredible front line staff continues, we must support the hospital in whatever ways we can.

Please donate now to help support our staff and patients, whenever and however they need it, as we bring our vision to transform cancer care to life.


Giving in Memory

Make a donation to The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre and honour the memory of your loved one.

Give in Celebration

It’s thanks to donations from people like you that we can make a huge difference to our patients.

Leave a Gift in your Will

A gift in your will doesn’t have to be large to make a difference. Just a small proportion of what’s left after your friends and family have been provided for can play a big part in the care and treatment of future generations of cancer patients in this region.

Philanthropy

The ethos of founding something with a philanthropic gesture that will have lasting impact on future generations is still relevant today – perhaps even more so.