Philanthropy at Worldwide Cancer Research

Significant donations from philanthropic individuals, trusts and foundations support our mission to find new ways to prevent, treat and cure cancer.

With 1 in 2 people now facing a diagnosis in their lifetime, everybody has been impacted by cancer in some way.

And while survival rates have dramatically improved in recent years, there is still so much work to be done. Your kindness and generosity could fund lifesaving new cures for cancer that will change the course of cancer research and help millions of people.

Trusts & Foundations

If you are a charitable Trust or Foundation and you'd like to help scientists discover new ways to find the cures for cancer, we will work closely with you to identify a project which aligns with the values and vision of your organisation. Get in touch with Eilidh Murrin, Trusts and Foundations Officer, for more information: [email protected] / +44(0)7715 074 305

The Collective

Our giving club brings together Worldwide Cancer Research supporters who commit to giving a minimum of £1,000 annually. You’ll be part of an enterprising network of people dedicated to discovery research. You can stay close to the latest insights and see the impact of your contribution as research unfolds. Get in touch with Euan MacNeish, Philanthropy Manager, for more information: [email protected] / +44(0)7803 624 091

Major Donors

As a valued philanthropist, giving a donation of £10,000 or more, a dedicated contact within the Philanthropy Team will work with you to offer deeper insight and involvement with our work to meet your philanthropic interests. Get in touch with Euan MacNeish, Philanthropy Manager, for more information: [email protected] / +44(0)7803 624 091

Get in touch

The generosity of supporters like you ensures we can fund as much lifesaving cancer research as possible. Our dedicated philanthropy team would love to hear from you. To start your conversation about supporting Worldwide Cancer Research get in touch: [email protected]



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