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Beyond Cancer has undertaken a range of fundraising activities to raise awareness of cancer. Since being established, we have developed a massive support network and are encouraged by those who want to support us.  


Donations made to date


As a small charity with Trustees volunteering their time to organise events, we’re very proud of what we have achieved. With your support over the last five years, Beyond Cancer has been able to donate £29,165.00 to other good causes.  We have donated to the following charities:


  • Yorkshire Cancer Centre

  • Cancer Research UK

  • Beyond Cancer Special Wishes Programme

  • St Gemma’s Hospice, Leeds

  • The Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre Leeds

  • Prostate Cancer UK

  • The Haven (Yorkshire)

  • Black Health Initiative

  • The African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust (ACLT)

  • RJC Dance

  • Pink Lily Foundation




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Yorkshire Cancer Centre

From the proceeds of Beyond Cancer Annual Fundraising Ball in May 2014, £2,500 was donated The Yorkshire Cancer Centre, where it was greatly welcomed and will be used to purchase three  rise-recliner chairs for the Oncology Day Unit from their Wish List. These comfortable chairs are continually in use for patients receiving chemotherapy in the Unit.

St Gemma's Hospice

“Thank you very much for your donation of £1,500. Through your gift, you are helping us to provide the best possible care and quality of life for local people with cancer and other life threatening illnesses.  The services provided by St Gemma’s Hospice are free of charge to patients, families and carers but are not free to provide.  

Every penny we receive is much needed and we are so very grateful.  In fact, the money you donated is already being put to good use, helping us to reach out to another local person in need of our expert care. This could be provided in the Hospice building or in the patient’s own home.”

Robert Ogden Centre

“Thank you for the wonderful donation of £600 raised at your Annual Charity Ball.  As you are aware, all donations to the Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre are used to improve and develop services for cancer patients and their families.   Thank you, once again, for your amazing support.  We are always extremely grateful.”

Football Tournament

Stuart Bailey from Wetherby Veterans and Andy Blair from Brazilian Soccer School decided to raise money for charity. Their aim was to organise a football tournament and the winners would take the Cancer Awareness Trophy.  The event on 26 May 2013 was a success, as men of all ages came forward to support the cause.  Four teams, comprising of veterans, ex-professionals and young, up and coming players.   A great day was had by all.  The event raised £400 which was shared between Beyond Cancer Charity and Voices of Cancer.

African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust (ACLT)

The ACLT has helped to raise awareness and recruit new potential bone marrow donors and blood donors since 1996.  The charity raises awareness that enables potential donors to come forward at ACLT registration drives, which are held regularly across the UK and abroad, and be involved in the process of offering hope to people suffering from leukaemia and blood related cancers.  Beyond Cancer donated £150 towards their campaign for the African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust.

The Robert Ogden Centre, Leeds (MacMillan Cancer Care)

The Robert Ogden Centre (MacMillan Cancer Care), received a donation of £600 from Beyond Cancer, towards their day service support.

RJC Dance

Young Performers from RJC Dance, beneficiaries of the Charity Fundraising Ball 2012, were presented with a cheque for £150.

Teenage Cancer Trust

Teenage Cancer Trust: "Thank you so much for your donation of £1,000 raised at the Beyond Cancer Charity Ball in 2012.  Your generous donation will go towards our specialist Teenage Cancer Units in Leeds.  This will ensure that we can continue to provide specialist care and support for young people in Yorkshire with cancer. The money you raised will go towards helping more young people from across Yorkshire fight cancer and have a better quality of life, people like Matt 19 who said, “The facilities at the Teenage Cancer Trust unit were amazing, it was great to know there was always something to do and the staff were amazing, they became like a second family to me” Thank you so much for making a difference to the lives of young people with cancer."

Black Health Initiative

“Black Health Initiative was one of the proud recipients of the funds raised at the Beyond Cancer charity ball on 7th May 2011.  We received a £1,000donation from Beyond Cancer which has enabled the organisation to resurrect its Complimentary Therapy sessions.  The Complimentary Therapy sessions are free to all who are ‘Living with and Beyond Cancer’ and takes place at the Complimentary Therapy room within the BHI offices. ”  Following the second Charity Ball in May 2012, Beyond Cancer donated a further £500 towards development of their work around prostate cancer.

The Haven

“The Haven would like to send a big thank you for your amazing donation of£500 raised through the Beyond Cancer Charity Ball.  The money you raised will help us to continue to provide an outstanding quality of service and care in our Haven, enabling us to transform the lives of anyone in and around Yorkshire who is trying to cope with the impact of breast cancer.  Your help and involvement with The Haven means so much to us and to the women and families who come to us.”

The Yorkshire Haven

The Yorkshire Haven received a donation of £1,000 from Beyond Cancer.  The money is being used to continue providing support to women and men with breast cancer from Yorkshire and beyond, at any point during their experience of the disease.  The Haven aims to provide support and services to help visitors cope with the physical and emotional side effects of breast cancer and it’s treatment.  Since opening in Yorkshire in October 2008, over 900 women and one man have benefited from the Haven programme.  Haven Programme Manager Debra Horsman, thanked Beyond Cancer for their kind donation and said “It is important that awareness is raised of the different issues faced by women and men from ethnic minority communities when it comes to cancer diagnosis”.

Intermediate Care Team Leeds Community Health Care (NE) Grand Raffle Prize Draw

In October 2011 staff at the Intermediate Care Team Leeds Community Health Care NE, donated prizes for a grand raffle draw to raise funds in support of Beyond Cancer.  The Organiser Maureen Hall said “In my job as a Clinical Health Care Assistant, every day I help people who are living with all kinds of illness including cancer, but when my sister Pat was diagnosed with breast cancer, it was a great shock for me.  I wanted to do something to help other sufferers and support Beyond Cancer in their attempt to raise awareness.”  Both Isola and Pat were present at the prize draw and spoke about the work of Beyond Cancer and thanked everyone for their kind support.  The event raised£110.00.

Hunslet Warriors Rugby Club

March 2011 kicked off our fundraising events with the Hunslet Warriors Ruby Club who did a sponsored kick and raised £265.00. What a great achievement.  Our thanks to all who participated.

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