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Our impact

What difference do we make?

Each year we report on the impact that our work and your support makes. How many treatments have we delivered? What difference does this make to patients, and what do they think of the quality of service provided?

You can find out by downloading our latest impact report or taking a look at a few highlights below.

What difference do we make?

Each year we report on the impact that our work and your support makes. How many treatments have we delivered? What difference does this make to patients, and what do they think of the quality of service provided?

You can find out by downloading our latest impact report or taking a look at a few highlights below.

Impact report 2022-2023

2022-2023 marked the fourth year of our five-year strategy which set out our purpose and objectives to develop and support cancer care.

Our strategic objectives are to do the following by 2024:

Sustainably grow the number of mobile cancer care units and maximise their usage, serving more patients in more convenient locations.

Further develop our services through innovation and collaboration with NHS partners, ensuring we remain relevant and continuously meet the needs of our partners and patients.

Manage our charity as effectively and efficiently as possible.

We set an ambitious target to grow the number of treatments on our units by 40% by the end of 2024.

How are we doing?

Despite the disruption of COVID-19, year-on-year growth means that we’ve exceeded that target already, and not by a small margin. Looking at the overall picture, since 2019, the number of patient treatments on our units has already grown by 101% per cent – doubling their usage!

Here are some key statistics for the year but of greatest importance are our patients. Read their personal accounts to see the difference that we make to their lives.

Mobile cancer care in numbers

Full impact report

The above figures are just a snapshot of an important year which also saw us:

To read more about our activities and achievements over the year and why 70% of patients say they can tolerate their treatment better on a mobile cancer care unit, please download our impact report.

It feels more friendly on the unit

When I initially visited the unit, I was having chemo infusions which took around 20 minutes, which still took less time than the journey to the hospital.
Sheenagh Stapleton

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