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Cancer Care Appeal

We fund vital cancer research and help enhance treatment and facilities for cancer patients facing many different types of cancer across all our wards and departments at Nottingham’s hospitals.

In 2020 we will again be marking Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, recognising the many incredible individuals, families and community groups helping our Breast Cancer Appeal. In particular we are spotlighting amazing Consultants like Professor Stephen Chan and his research team. Working at the Nottingham Breast Institute Professor Chan’s team have created a regional centre of excellence for cancer care, research and recovery right here in Nottingham,

We will also be launching an exciting new appeal this autumn which will target support and funding into the development of state of the art treatment, care and research to help people across Nottinghamshire who have been affected by cancer and their families.

With your donations, we are funding vital research and ground-breaking treatments, as well as specialist equipment to enable early diagnosis of the disease. We are also enhancing facilities on wards, helping doctors and nurses to provide the best possible care for their patients.

You can help us save lives.
Donate via the form below, or sign up to take part in a fundraising event.

Working with Medical Professionals

Nottingham Hospitals Charity is committed to working with medical professionals to raise awareness of the many different types and causes of cancer in adults. We are funding educational programmes, ground-breaking research and treatments, and improved patient facilities.


Breast Cancer

Every minute one woman in the UK is diagnosed with breast cancer. We need to raise £50,000 a year to support the early detection, diagnosis and targeted treatment of breast cancer. By requesting that your donation goes directly to Nottingham Breast Institute, you are supporting cancer research and treatment in our region.


Prostate cancer

Prostate cancer affects 50,000 men each year. Of these men, 10,000 die from the disease. However, prostate cancer is highly treatable and can often be cured if caught early. Research and awareness are essential to improve diagnosis and management of prostate cancer. Your donation to the Cancer Care Appeal will help safeguard our fathers, brothers and sons.

Every minute, your support makes a difference