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Cavendish Cancer Care is a charity dedicated to improving the quality of life for people living with cancer. No one should face cancer alone, so we provide emotional support through counselling and complementary therapies. Our services are provided free of charge and are funded through donations.
We are incredibly pleased to share that the Sheffield Cancer Information Hub, which has been running at Moor Market for the past few months, has just won the Improving Cancer Outcomes category at the Health+Care Healthcare Transformation Awards.
Described by The Star as a “pioneering cancer drop-in centre”, the Hub has supported over 800 Sheffield citizens since its opening.Read more
Small changes make a difference……… join up to be a micro-volunteer. Even if you only have one hour a year to give it’s important to us. Learn more about micro-volunteering and join the list to here more about how just one hour can make a difference to us here.
Cavendish Cancer Care would like to say a big thank you to Wednesdayite who raised funds for us at last Sunday’s Owls in the Park.
Sheffield Wednesday fans who parked in the Wednesdayite car park raised an incredible £1,122.49 thanks to Doug and Jeff for their hardwork keeping the cars safe in the blistering heat, this continues the incredible fundraising done by Wednesdayite and it’s members including director Paul who last year jumped out of a helicopter to raise funds for us……..Don’t worry he had a parachute !Read more
Just knowing you can pick the phone up and talk to someone is incredibly reassuring.
I never used to notice the weather or the trees. But now I get up in the morning and think to myself, "Welcome to another day on planet earth".
The therapy sessions were an oasis of peace, heaven. I really looked forward to them. You can choose to talk to your therapist or be really quiet. My therapy had really made a difference, I felt much stronger. I was much less anxious and ready to come back to work.
The theme of the event is ‘East and West’ and will incorporate artworks in relation to the differences in culture between these two diverse areas. The exhibition will feature work from James Bowie to exhibit a collection of his works. Additionally, this night will include raffles, merchandise for purchasing, a live-performance by Alex Chow and other various activities. With 100% of profits going to Cavendish Cancer Care.
So, are you feeling excited?
Without the Cavendish there would've been little or nothing for me for probably a very long time; and I would have struggled to make sense of everything that happened. I can't be the only one whose life falls down around their ears. If the Cavendish Centre wasn't here, there would be some very unhappy, frightened people out there.