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£22 could pay for a Young Lives vs Cancer Big Bag, given to families when their child is first diagnosed with cancer. They contain items such as toiletries, a teddy, thermal mug, Young Lives vs Cancer information booklet and much more.
£38 could pay for a family to stay overnight in one of our Homes from Home, providing free, comfortable accommodation close to hospitals so families can stay together during treatment.
£50 could fund vital resources and information for young people who are diagnosed, to help them and their families understand and navigate their diagnosis and its impact.
£100 could fund a financial grant to ensure families facing money worries can pay for basics like food and petrol to get to and from treatment.
£184 could pay for a Young Lives vs Cancer Social Worker for a day. They speak to children and young people with cancer and their families, soon after diagnosis. They’re there every step of the way and help them to cope with the emotional, practical and financial effects of cancer, through treatment and beyond.

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About Young Lives vs Cancer

You can’t take the cancer away. You can’t be there every minute of the day. But you can say “I’m Here For You”.