Do it your way!

From climbing the 3 Yorkshire Peaks to 24-hour gaming marathons, there are many ways you can help support the people of Yorkshire that are battling cancer.

We can’t do what we do without your help. Get involved today!

Active challenges

Run 30 miles in a month, cycle the distance of Yorkshire, or take on the Yorkshire Three Peaks with family or friends.

Become a host

Host a bake-off on zoom, an office Olympics or a penalty shoot-out!

Give up something for a month

Whether it's sugar, coffee, smoking, snacks, or alcohol, get your friends, family, and colleagues to sponsor your challenge!

Whatever you decide to do just let us know by clicking the link below so we can support you throughout the whole process and share your efforts with our community.

Let us know!

 

Coronavirus
As you can imagine things are difficult for charities at this time. Our centres are closed to clients but we are still providing 85% of our services via telephone and online, but we can’t wait to get back to face to face support!

Although Covid-19 has not stopped us from providing all our services it has had a devastating impact on our fundraising activities as over 50% of charitable fundraising activities have been banned. 

Do your bit for your local charity whether it's for the memories, attempting a world record, or for a loved one.

Together we can help make a difference.

Other ways you can help...

Donate whilst you shop on Amazon  Amazon Smile

Why not enter our Super Lotto Draw and have a chance to win big Super Draw Lotto £2000 win!!!

Become a regular giver by setting up your custom standing order Regular Donations

STEPm out Bradford

I am a cancer survivor and owe a lot to Cancer Support Yorkshire for helping me out of that very deep, dark hole. I now fundraise to give a bit back and to help others because I know what they're going through.

Cathryn

I never thought counselling would do anything for me, how wrong. I cant even explain how it works but the sessions I had at Cancer Support gave me total control of my issues.

I cannot thank you enough for the service provided, I was falling apart when I walked through your doors and now I am ready to fight another day! Thank you for your kind welcoming and sensitive approach. Thank you for everything.

After my cancer diagnosis I was anxious and confused. Although I had great support at home I felt I needed more help without burdening my nearest and dearest. I called in at CSY where I was made to feel very welcome and put at ease by the friendly staff.

Gordon

I really needed someone to talk to and they gave me help.

Andy