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Leaving a gift in your Will is one of the most valuable and enduring ways you can help the people of Yorkshire survive cancer. Create your Will for free with Yorkshire Cancer Research. 

 
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Fundraise for Yorkshire

There are lots of ways that you can fundraise to help ensure life-saving research in Yorkshire continues. Go solo or with friends, family and colleagues, use your imagination and stay safe. 

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Volunteer with us

Volunteers play a vital role in funding life-changing research in Yorkshire. Your skills and life experience can help prevent, diagnose and treat cancer. Come as you are and make a difference in the community where you live.

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"We were having the best years of our lives together when Bev was diagnosed with breast cancer."

Bev went through nine months of all that cancer demands but did so with a smile and a determination to get through. The support from the hospital team was fantastic and we cannot thank the nurses, doctors, consultants and specialists enough. Behind the scenes, however, are those oft unsung heroes who do all the research into the disease and whose work makes everything possible for the hospital team to succeed. Bev is doing great and so at the end of the main treatment we decided to give something back. 

Tim and Bev, Pontefract

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Cancer in Yorkshire 

Yorkshire is big and beautiful and while we have much to celebrate, sadly more people in our region are likely to have their lives cut short by cancer than almost anywhere else in England. As Yorkshire’s independent cancer charity, we are dedicated to changing this.

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Yorkshire's independent cancer charity

Every week in Yorkshire, 560 people are diagnosed with cancer. Our goal is that by 2025, at least 2,000 more people in our region survive cancer every year.

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