Cancer Support Yorkshire

At Cancer Support Yorkshire we can help with practical issues like information, transport and welfare rights advice.
  We also provide emotional support by offering counselling, complementary therapies and a range of classes, courses and support groups. 

Our support is available to anyone affected by a cancer diagnosis and is confidential & free to access.

Cancer Support Yorkshire

At Cancer Support Yorkshire we can help with practical issues like information, transport and welfare rights advice.
We also provide emotional support by offering counselling, complementary therapies and a range of classes, courses and support groups.

Our support is available to anyone affected by a cancer diagnosis and is confidential & free to access.

Real Stories

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Andrew's Story

“To be able to come out of the other side with hope & optimism you definitely need support”

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Cathryn's Story

“I fund raise to give a bit back and to help others because i know what they are going through”

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Shelley's Story

“We had an immediate bond and I have never let so much out about cancer and my feelings”

Our Centres

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Bradford Centre

Our Head Office

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Skipton Centre

Our Skipton Centre

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Wakefield Centre

Our Newest Centre

How we help

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Welfare

Maximise your income with practical support and financial advice following a cancer
diagnosis.

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Information

High quality, up to date information and advice on a variety of cancer related subjects.

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Wellbeing

Emotional, physical and social support for people affected by a cancer diagnosis.

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Transport

Help for people struggling to get to and from cancer related hospital appointments.

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Community

Relationship building with local communities to increase awareness.

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Health Professionals

Information for health professionals seeking patient support.

Help Us

As an independent charity it costs approximately £800,000 to run our centres in Bradford and Skipton every year and this is only possible thanks to the generous donations we receive from people like you. We know that our support services are vital to local people affected by cancer and this is why it is so important that we are here now and in the future.

There are lots of ways that you can support us further, here are a few examples:

  • Spread the word about what we do
  • Come to one of our organised events
  • Hold an event of your own
  • Place a donation box
  • Give a monthly gift e.g. £5
  • Donate to our Preloved shop
  • Volunteer your time
  • Share Charity of the Year opportunities
  • Follow us on social media
  • Leave a gift in your will

Current Funders