Hope for Tomorrow Impact Report 2021

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As a charity which receives no government funding, we can only do what we do with your support, and demonstrating the impact we can make through your generosity is incredibly important. In a year where the NHS has been put under immense pressure, we recognise the resilience and flexibility shown… Read more »

Barchester Care Homes Collect Clothes for Cancer Care and support Hope for Tomorrow

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“The cause just seemed to resonate with people. To be able to have your treatment come to a location closer to you, just makes total sense” When Kieran Baines, Customer Relationship Manager at Barchester Healthcare first heard about Hope for Tomorrow in May 2021 it was at a time when… Read more »

The Future of Cancer Care Gala Dinner

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Friday 5th November 2021 Be a part of something truly special at Hope for Tomorrow’s ‘Future of Cancer Care’ Gala Dinner.  Join us as we bring together guests to celebrate innovation as Hope for Tomorrow launches its newest Unit – the first of its kind in the world. Enjoy dinner,… Read more »

Concern for cancer patients as restrictions in England end

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The end of Covid-19 restrictions in England today could mean anything but Freedom for cancer patients and their families. For many their cancer, or their treatment for cancer, means even two doses of a vaccine leaves them less protected from serious illness resulting from Covid than the general public. Today,… Read more »

Image of STroud League or Friends representatives presenting a cheque to Hope for Tomorrow

Stroud Hospitals League of Friends donate £10,296 to support our Gloucestershire mobile cancer care unit .

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‘The service that Hope for Tomorrow’ provides is of such benefit and value to the community of the Five Valleys that we feel privileged to help fund the weekly visit that the mobile unit makes to Stroud Hospital…” A natural partnership Stroud Hospitals League of Friends representatives (pictured), Dr Roma… Read more »

3000 Miles and no sign of stopping.

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“Fundraising for Hope for Tomorrow is not just for the moment. Cancer doesn’t discriminate and you never know when you might need the help that Hope for Tomorrow provides” When Kevin Gannaway-Pitts embarked on his own personal fitness challenge in 2016 he couldn’t have imagined where it would lead. In… Read more »

Jo’s fundraising story, in memory of Debbie Peake

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“I know how much being able to use the unit meant to Debbie. Having that extra time to be there for her kids was a huge relief” Inspired by her friend Debbie, who sadly died in 2020, Jo from Cirencester has recently completed the Hope for Tomorrow 1000 mile challenge,… Read more »

Mobile Cancer Care – Changing the future of cancer treatment.

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It has been well publicised that the challenges faced by the NHS throughout the Covid-19 pandemic reach far beyond the direct impact of the virus. Research shows that more than 650,000 people with cancer in the UK (22%) have experienced disruption to their cancer treatment or care because of Covid-19…. Read more »

Press Release – Wing Walk your Way to Raise Money for Mobile Cancer Care

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30 March 2021  If you’ve ever dreamed to flying high, then mobile cancer care charity Hope for Tomorrow is giving you the opportunity to do just this with their Wing Walk Event!  Taking place at Damyns Hall Aerodrome in Upminster, Essex on 17th June, this event is about taking up… Read more »

Press Release – Ann, 75, living her ‘best life’ thanks to mobile cancer treatment

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4 March 2021 Ann Leigh, 75, from Holt, has terminal cancer, but has hailed Hope for Tomorrow’s Mobile Cancer Units in Norfolk as ‘transformational’ as she undergoes regular cancer treatment during the COVID pandemic. Ann needs to receive cancer treatment as part of her routine for the rest of her… Read more »