Ever since James Seaton Smythe founded the forerunner of The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre in 1862 with his original gift of £10,000, significant donations have played a key role in our history.

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.

You can make a difference

We rely on major donations to help us undertake vital pioneering research, treat patients with leading edge equipment and provide life-changing support services that may otherwise be unavailable. Long-term investment is required for Clatterbridge to remain at the forefront of cancer care and treatment. This is why the support we receive from major donors, charitable trusts and foundations is essential.