One of the best parts of my work is the collaboration that we have with charities. There are so many small charities that do amazing work for some fabulous people.
I want to do as much as possible to promote the work of these charities, who often provide unique and much needed support. If you have ever heard me speak at an event, you will have heard me talk about the charities with whom we work.
Charities need funds in order to do their good work. We’d like to donate some of our proceeds to the charity of your choice. Each charity has chosen a product best suited to the needs of those affected by cancer and helped by them. Using a coupon code unique to the charity, we will donate directly to them.
30% of the product price from each purchase is donated to the named charity. You can read more about the charities, their work and the work we do together on the individual charity pages.
If you know of other charities that would like to be featured here, please ask. We would be delighted to hear about and share the good work of others.
MNINC was one of the first charities that we ever collaborated with. The aims of the charity are so close to our own – cancer should not be allowed to take over ones life. My Name Is NOT Cancer is a cancer support organisation that encourages you to retain your identity despite the enormity of […]
One of the best days at work EVER was spent supporting Teens Unite Teens and Mums at a Bespoke Skincare workshop in London’s Mayfair. Jennifer and her, then 13 year old, daughter spent a day helping teens to create their own skincare formulations. The Jennifer Young lab then created the products and sent them to […]
Supporting primary and secondary breast cancer patients in making informed choices with information and up to date news on treatments, breast surgeries, consultants, hospitals as well as useful links. Within social media, it provides peer to peer support for patients and occasionally a chance to meet up with other breast cancer patients around the country. […]
Who they are Yes to Life empower people with cancer to make informed decisions about their cancer care options. For more than a decade, they have provided evidence-based information to those in need. They are proud to have helped more than a 1,000 people and will continue doing everything they can to support even more. […]
Cancer Support Scotland is here to provide emotional and practical support on a one-to-one basis and through community-based groups to anyone affected by cancer, including family, friends and carers. Founded by Sir Kenneth Calman in 1980, Cancer Support Scotland is a Scottish Charity dedicated to supporting people affected by cancer. Cancer Support Scotland is based at […]
Mamma HELP, founded in 1999, is a national non-profit breast cancer patients organization in the Czech Republic. It offers support to women with breast cancer as well as to their family members and friends once diagnosis turns their lives upside down. Mamma HELP supports women mostly on a psychological basis – the already cured women, […]
Jennifer was honoured to be asked to run an education session for the Lymphoma Society’s helpline staff. The helpline team answer queries about all aspects of symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of lymphoma. They wanted to know more about the appearance related side-effects of treatment and how to mitigate them. The Lymphoma Society have regular events […]
A relaxed and informal welcome awaits you at the Old Mill Foundation holistic cancer support centre, Penclawdd, Swansea. Relax and support your body and mind in a modern yet comfortable holistic setting. The centre is built into a 500 year old mill, set among 2 acres of countryside. It is easily accessible and has ample […]
Second Hope is the only UK charity specifically for people living with advanced breast cancer. The charity is run purely by volunteers which means that all donations received go to fulfil our charitable aims and objectives, not to pay salaries or expensive overheads. To find out more about Second Hope, click here. We have chosen a […]
Hands 4 Wellbeing are a Social Enterprise aimed at supporting and improving the quality of life of anyone who may have been affected by a serious or long term illness and their family / carer’s. Their service also supports Stoke on Trent’s initiave to be a an ‘age friendly city’ as they regularly visit various Retirement villages […]