Crack on for Tom

Supporting teenagers and young adults with cancer

The Fifth Feather Ball 2019

Saturday 2nd March saw the Moulin Rouge come to Suffolk to help The Tom Bowdidge Youth Cancer Foundation make thousands of pounds for teenagers and young people with cancer.

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Emotional support

Sophie applied for a grant - find out how The Tom Bowdidge Youth Cancer Foundation helped.

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Financial support

When a teenager or young person is diagnosed with cancer there is often a huge financial burden that comes alongside it. The Tom Bowdidge Youth Cancer Foundation works with social workers to reach families most in need of a financial grant.

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Why we need volunteers

Volunteering!! Why bother? Here are the reasons why we NEED you to volunteer for us now!

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Corporate sponsorship

The perfect corporate partnership is a mutually beneficial arrangement between the charity and the sponsor. Find out about our corporate partners here.

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Thank you

Let us share with you the wonderful people who are busy fundraising for TBF

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Help us reach £1 million

We are so close to hitting the £1 million mark all raised in Tom's name. Can you help us to get to the magic £1 million?

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Target amount: £122,000.00

Amount raised: £0.00

Fundraise

Our impact

£110k

has been spent to create age appropriate environments in hospitals

87%

of financial grants cover living costs and travel because of a reduced income

£250k

has been allocated to developing targeted treatments for teenagers 

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