First, we’d like to say ‘thanks’.
Thank you for visiting the WGCAF site and makingyour way over to this page. We couldn’t do all that we do without your help.
From individuals and groups, to schools and business – there are many ways you can get involved and help WGCAF. You can run an event, spread the word, or donate to the cause.
We always need volunteer speakers! We hold meetings for people affected by cancer and we encourage volunteers to speak at schools about their experience. One of our volunteers is Alun Pepper, who is in the RAF and survived testicular cancer himself. We work closely with many other charities.
If you’re interested in helping but don’t know where to start, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help.
Run an awareness event!
Thousands of people organise their own events to raise awareness for cancer charities each year. If you would like to help us and are full of exciting ideas, why not organise your own event for WGCAF?
Some examples of events you could run are below:
Check out our news page for recent and upcoming awareness events, or use your own idea. Just let us know what, where and when, and we will help.
We want to hear about all your plans and help as much as we can!
Don’t forget to speak up!
Just by chatting with people in your circle about the early signs of cancers, you can give someone else the chance of survival.