Join Kenwood Hall for a fabulous afternoon of fashion, fizz, and cake, all in aid of Cavendish Cancer Care. Tickets are just £20 and include an arrival drink!
News & events
We’re delighted to receive a cheque of £1,000 from the Hallamshire Round Table, the fantastic result of the Dore and Crosspool Santa Sleighs last December.
Lots of volunteers took to the streets of Dore and Crosspool across two wintry nights to support Santa’s Sleigh and raise money from the local community. It was a lot of fun spreading the festive cheer as local families came out to see Santa and give a donation to Cavendish Cancer Care and Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
Today is a special day at Cavendish Cancer Care; it’s the launch of the 250 Challenge.
We’re looking for 250 heroes to raise £250 each – could you be one of them?
Posh Nosh, Good Cause in aid of Cavendish Cancer Care with our good friends at The Devonshire Cat and Abbeydale Brewery.
An evening of good food and drinks to raise money for Cavendish. Including a 3 course, ‘pay as you feel’ meal with a gin & tonic included courtesy of Sir Robin of Locksley Gin.
A £5 deposit will be required to secure your place, at the end of the evening once you’ve decided what you think the meal (and the gin!) was worth, the envelopes will be collected and donated to Cavendish Cancer Care.
After two successful events in 2019, Practical Nutrition with Helen Ruckledge is back!
Atherton Godfrey, award-winning local legal firm, will be Partner Sponsor for Cavendish Cancer Care’s Sheffield Together. The annual run/walk through Ecclesall Woods will benefit hugely from their support and we’re hugely grateful to the team for their generosity. Thank you!
We’re excited to announce that The SEO Works will be running in support of Cavendish at the Sheffield Half Marathon. A team of 10 from the company will be raising sponsorship and training hard in the run up to the day. We’re looking forward to cheering on all our supporters at the finish line!
Freeths LLP have joined up with Cavendish Cancer Care to provide a Workplace Culture & Wellbeing Seminar.
1 in 2 people will be affected by cancer in their lifetime. Managers and HR professionals will encounter employees who require support either in managing their own care needs or the care needs of family / friends. By creating a culture of wellbeing and flexibility, employers can ensure that they retain key staff and provide assistance to those who need it most. A culture of openness can assist employees in seeking early support but also provide managers with a toolkit for engaging in these difficult conversations.
Join us for the 2nd Sunset Stomp at the Cricket Inn on Thursday 9th July! The perfect way to spend the summer evenings with family and friends, whilst raising money for Cavendish Cancer Care.
On 17th December, players from Sheffield United Football Club visited Cavendish Cancer Care, as we are one of the club’s chosen causes for 2019-2020. The footballers had the opportunity to look around our centre, and met families who had benefited from the service.