The Clatterbridge Tea Party

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In 1996, The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre introduced a charitable fund – for those patients, their families and our community who wanted to give something back for the incredible care it provides and The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity was formed.

Today, thanks to the millions of pounds donated by you since 1996, The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity is achieving so much for local people with cancer, which may not have been possible through NHS funding alone.

Today, Clatterbridge sees over 36,000 patients every year at our centres in Liverpool, Aintree and Wirral, and our chemotherapy hubs across the region. Donations to our charity help to improve facilities, fund ground-breaking research and develop new therapies which have shaped cancer care for local people.

To celebrate their 25th anniversary, Clatterbridge Cancer Centre is asking you to join in and raise money with your own Clatterbridge Tea Party! Anybody can take part: whether it’s a tea party with your nearest and dearest, cake and coffee with your neighbours, or a beige buffet at work, we hope that it’s the perfect way to get together and celebrate the lives of those who have survived cancer, remember lost loved ones, or just a great excuse to raise money while enjoying some tasty treats!

It’s easier than you think to raise money, here are three easy ways to raise £25 for our 25th Birthday! (or as much as possible!)

DONATE  We know times are tough for a lot of people, but if you are able to give, you can make a donation here

COLLECT – Download your own handy DIY collection box. Throw in your loose change and watch it add up!

SOCIAL – It’s so easy to set up a Facebook Fundraiser or a JustGiving Page, ask your friends and followers to give a small donation.

Check out their website to download their free fundraising materials.

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