‘Everyone has been so kind… The atmosphere is so positive and uplifting.’

– June Rollinson, Patient

[dmpro_flip_box front_image=”https://hopefortomorrow.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/RG-front.png” back_title=”Become a Regular Giver” back_image=”https://hopefortomorrow.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/RG-text.png” back_image_alt=”Become a Tomorrow’s Hero, today! By making a regular, monthly donation, we are able to continue helping cancer patients and can do so well into the future. Regular donations mean we can plan ahead effectively and efficiently, making the most out of every penny we receive.” use_dynamic_height=”on” flip_box_align_front_vertical=”flex-start” flip_box_align_back_vertical=”flex-start” _builder_version=”4.17.4″ _module_preset=”0e96b2d6-9bd9-43cc-ab55-d197eb59f491″ link_option_url=”https://hopefortomorrow.org.uk/donate/” global_colors_info=”{}”][/dmpro_flip_box]
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Say thank you in your own special way

There are lots of ways to recognise and celebrate your cancer carer – that special someone or team that cared and made a difference for you.

We know the treatment you or loved ones are going through can be both scary and gruelling, and you rely on quality care from our compassionate caregivers.

Everyone on our Units is committed to providing you with the best treatment possible. NHS Trusts we partner with are often thanked with smiles and handshakes from patients. That’s how they know they’re doing a great job. Patients and families also sometimes show their gratitude by making a donation to Hope for Tomorrow, which helps others in similar situations.

A gift, of any size, is an impactful way to show your appreciation for the care given to you or a loved one. A donation not only honours the bond you feel with a caregiver or team, it is your chance to help others receive even better care, or a chance to share your story should you wish. Showing your gratitude in this way will ensure we can help more people, now and in the future, receive world-class healthcare.

Through donations, Hope for Tomorrow provides new Units to our NHS Partners, and ensures the regular upkeep and maintenance of our current Units, so that people living with cancer can continue their treatment in a place that works best for them. Maybe you’d like to make a one-off donation, or show your appreciation with a regular monthly donation that keeps the wheels turning. You choose. Chat to us about the options, so we can ensure your support makes the most impact.

Together, we can ensure more people receive the treatment they need wherever works best for them.

Email KellyCaple@hopefortomorrow.org.uk or call her on 01666 505055 to discuss how you can show your appreciation.

Read some of our grateful patients stories, and get in touch if you’d like to share your own story, or find your own special way to say thank you.

When you donate to Hope for Tomorrow you do more than keep our wheels turning. You give the gift of time. You give the gift of independence. You take away stress. You change lives.

It costs £212 per day to keep each of our Mobile Cancer Care Units (MCCUs) on the road, delivering vital treatments to patients. We get no government funding and rely on the generosity of supporters to keep the wheels turning across our fleet. Our patients and their family and friends rely on us and we don’t want to let them down. Please help in whatever way you can.