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Strategy & policies

Our plans, policies and promise…

Find out about our vision to make a difference and our values. You can also download our current strategy, now in its final year, and take a look at our latest impact report to see the difference we’ve been able to make.

Our latest accounts are available here too along with our privacy policy and cookie information.

You can also access our fundraising promise in case you need to contact us with any concerns. 

our purpose

  • driving cancer care forward
  • enhancing cancer care now
  • timeliness and convenience
  • supporting cancer care future
  • innovation and advancement

our mission

  • creating new spaces for cancer care delivery
  • developing mobile and static environments for medical providers to deliver patient-centric, professional cancer care
  • community, convenience, timely.

our vision

  • convenient cancer care
  • enabling cancer treatment to be delivered in the right way, at the right time, in close proximity to patients

Strategies, policies and accounts


Our five-year strategy document covers the direction and plans set for the charity between 2019 and 2024.

Impact report 2022-2023

Read about our progress and the difference we were able to make to patients and the NHS during the financial year 2022-2023.


Our latest trustees’ report and accounts for the financial year 2021-2022.

Our fundraising promise

With our fundraising promise we constantly strive to work to high standards however if you think we have fallen short it provides information on what to do and who to contact.

Privacy policy

We’re committed to protecting your personal information and being transparent about what information we hold, whether you are a donor, volunteer, shopper or campaigner. Read our privacy policy here.

Cookie notice

As with most websites we use cookies to personalise content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic. View our cookie notice here.

It’s the most amazing piece of equipment

Patients can do their shopping, meet up with family and friends and attend other appointments. It means treatment fits into their everyday lives, rather than having to make their lives fit around treatment.

Sheenagh Stapleton

Our values


People at the heart:
Hope for Tomorrow is run by people, for people – patients, nurses, clinicians, fundraisers,  family and team.


Real life, real people, real circumstances:
Hope for Tomorrow understands what is real for patients and seek to make it better.


Building bonds collaboratively:
Hope for Tomorrow partners with people – the NHS, their patients, fundraisers, sponsors and nurses.


Genuine delivery:
Hope for Tomorrow was born out of compassion because we care. Enabling the NHS to  support their patients with cancer treatment challenges.


Thoughtful and attentive:
Hope for Tomorrow is respectful of patients’ challenges, enabling the NHS to  provide cancer treatment with dignity.


Hope and strive:
Hope for Tomorrow continually seeks to evolve, doing what we do better, and enabling the  treatments of the future. Literally “Hope for Tomorrow”.


Being close to patients:
Hope for Tomorrow’s core essence is to enable the NHS to deliver treatments within local communities.

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