Urology Awareness Month
31 August 2021
Urology Awareness Month takes place every September to raise the profile of urology health.
Throughout the month our aim is to increase public awareness of all urological cancers - kidney, bladder, prostate and testicular.
We hope you will support UCARE by using the following hashtags and remember to mention UCARE
Now Live - Aviva Community Fund Support
31 August 2021
We have started a crowdfunding project for which we’re aiming to raise £5,000 for Supportive Care Packs for Patients with Cancer.
Every year approximately 370, 000 people are diagnosed with cancer in the UK. Receiving a cancer diagnosis is often a very difficult time in a person's life.
We are on a mission to support urology patients at the Churchill Hospital by offering a Cancer Support Package at the beginning of their chemotherapy or radiotherapy treatment.
We believe that simple gestures like this make a huge difference to the mind set of someone going through cancer treatment to give them huge emotional support and to help support their well being.
These care packs are also available for business to support – please get in touch.
Support UCARE when you book your next holiday
25 July 2021
We are really happy to be a new charity partner with Charitable Travel – a social enterprise created to help people book fantastic holidays at great prices, and to help raise money for charities.
When you book your holiday, whether that’s a staycation or something further afield, you can donate 5% of your holiday price to UCARE at no extra cost to you!
Once the donation has been made, Charitable Travel discount the cost of your holiday by the same 5%, sacrificing the commission that travel agencies make.
Charitable Travel sell worldwide ATOL-protected holidays from 200 suppliers, and are a member of the Travel Trust Association, so their customers are always financially protected.
When you are ready to book your holiday, we hope you will take a look...
Do You C Us?
3 July 2021
UCARE are working with Cancer52 and Pfizer for the ‘Do You C Us?’ campaign to raise awareness of rare and less common cancers.
Despite the name, rare and less common cancers account for nearly half of new cancer diagnoses and over half of cancer-related deaths.
Due to COVID-19 there has been a fall in the number of people diagnosed with all kinds of cancer. We need to identify people 'missing' from the system.
UCARE is a member of Cancer52. Cancer52 represents nearly 100 predominantly small patient support group cancer charities united by their vision of seeing a better future for everyone affected by the rare and less common cancers.