Ways to get involved

Help give the gift of time to cancer patients. Our Mobile Cancer Care Units enable patients to save time by having their cancer care closer to home, saving them time and energy to be with the people that mean the most.

With each Mobile Cancer Care Unit costing the charity £198 per day we rely on our supporters to help us keep the wheels turning and provide the service on which our patients rely.

There are a number of ways you can get involved with our charity, whether it is through fundraising, volunteering or even partnering with us.

Thank you for your support!

Fundraise for us

There are many ways you can help to fundraise for us such as becoming a regular giver, holding an event, setting yourself a sponsored challenge or perhaps becoming a corporate partner.

Raising funds is vital for us to keep the wheels turning on our Mobile Cancer Care Unit Project, so if you would like to hold your own event, download our fundraising pack today or contact the fundraising team; we’d love to hear from you.

Challenge yourself

Have a look at the list of challenge options below offering a variety of fantastic experiences! If your ambitions lie closer to home we have some fabulous UK events too. We can help you along the way with fundraising ideas and promoting your fundraising page. These events are great for corporates as working through the challenges together instills a sense of team bonding which is crucial for a happy working environment.

Regional Challenge Events

Are you interested in taking part in a challenge event, but don’t have much time or would like to stay a bit closer to home? Take a look at the regional events options which could be taking place right on your doorstep!

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UK Challenge Events

Whether this is your first time or you are a regular enthusiast to these events, it is a great way to get out of your comfort zone, have some fun, and make some great memories.

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“When I retired I was looking for a volunteering opportunity and I had heard about the wonderful work that Hope for Tomorrow does for cancer patients. Giving a little of my time to such a worthy cause has been extremely rewarding.”
- Alastair Murchie, Hope for Tomorrow Volunteer

Volunteer for us

We are a small charity with a large impact and our fantastic network of volunteers enable us to reach out to supporters across the country as well as provide support to us at head office.

We are always looking for energetic and enthusiastic volunteers who are passionate about bringing cancer care closer to patients’ homes. From helping out at our own charity events to attending supporter events on our behalf, if you would like to help, please get in touch – we’d love to hear from you!

If you would like to apply for one of our Volunteer roles shown below, please download and fill in the Volunteer Application Form and send to either info@hopefortomorrow.org.uk or post to Kingscote,
Priory Park, London Road, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, GL8 8HZ.

Volunteer group for Mobile Chemotherapy Unit Charity project

We are currently looking to recruit Volunteers

Event Helper

The Event Helper will be required at both internal and external fundraising events i.e. those that we are organising, and those that we have been invited to attend.

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Community Champion

The Community Champion will assist the Hope for Tomorrow team in promoting our aims, representing us at a range of occasions/community events.

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Head Office Support

The role of Marketing & Admin Support will provide assistance to the Hope for Tomorrow, Head Office team in a variety of related tasks in support of our fundraising activities.

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Collection Box Coordinator

Coordinators place our Collection boxes locally as part of their daily life and every few months tally up the funds before paying them into Hope for Tomorrow.

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Volunteering Application Form

If you would like to apply for one of the Volunteer Roles, please download and fill in the Volunteer Application Form and send to either info@hopefortomorrow.org.uk

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Parental Consent Form

For Event Helpers under the age of 18 years

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Laura Bray: Volunteer Case Study

Read all about one of our volunteers, Laura Bray and why she chose to volunteer for our charity.

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