How your money helps
Year on year we’re making progress across the organisation to offer more support to patients and their families across Norfolk and beyond. Find out how your money has helped expand our services to those living with or affected by cancer.
Provides a complementary session to ease some of the physical psychological and emotional side effects of life with cancer.
Will ensure a family receiving a cancer diagnosis is provided with expert welfare guidance.
Will provide a complementary therapy course to ease some of the physical, psychological and emotional side effects of life with cancer
Cancer affects us all in many different ways; we know it can be a difficult time. Whether you’d like to talk in confidence, get practical support or information, we can help.
We know that cancer can affect us all in different ways. From the physical effects of a diagnosis and its treatment, to dealing with the emotional impact on ourselves, our families and those close to us. We offer a range of therapies at Big C, to ensure your physical and emotional wellbeing is cared for. Choose from gentle massage, relaxation, reflexology and reiki.
We all know the impact cancer can have on our lives and those around us. Whether you have been diagnosed yourself, or you are looking after someone with cancer, our trained advisors are here to talk you through your social and financial concerns when living with cancer.
We fund vital, world-class research into cancer, right here in Norfolk.
Every day, our scientists and researchers are discovering more and more methods to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer in better ways than ever before; making a local, national and international difference for today and tomorrow.
Every pound donated goes
to supporting those affected with cancer in our community.
At our centres across the region, we offer support to anyone affected by cancer.
We’re making progress across the organisation to offer more support to people affected by cancer.
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