The coolest club
you never want
to be part of
GIRLvsCANCER exists to bring about essential change for the cancer community. To do what needs to be done to empower anyone dealing with a diagnosis and impact improvements of the cancer experience for all.
What we do
Connect people. Create campaigns. Collaborate. Run events. Raise awareness. Make merch. Make noise. Make an impact.
why we do it
To give our community the voice it needs. To let us control the narrative. To educate people about the cancer experience in all its forms. To wipe away stigma and save lives. To drum up crucial dosh for the causes that we care for and that care for us.
How we do it
Organisations we work with and are proud to support, who help us give cancer the finger.
Black Women RisingBlack Women Rising was created to address the gaps in cancer support services for Black cancer patients. Our aim is to to empower, raise awareness, promote wellness within our community and ultimately save lives. Find out more
Alike is a lived-experience led, new generation charity that aims to fulfil a basic need: connection. We provide the Alike app, a groundbreaking peer support platform available for anyone (18+) diagnosed with cancer.
Sex with Cancer
Whether you are living with or beyond cancer, a partner, a potential lover or a medical professional, Sex with Cancer provides practical solutions, peer-led resources and creative ways of re/discovering our bodies and relationships. Welcome to Sex with Cancer – the business that aims to raise more than just awareness!
Think of it as a one-stop cancer-kinder platform for all things beauty and gifts when it comes to being on treatment (and beyond). We’ve found all the best products/gifts for you to use which have been recommended by fellow cancer arse-kickers. We’ve done the hard work so you don’t have to because you’ve got enough on your plate right now.
Paxman Scalp Cooling
Paxman is a British medical technology company whose scalp-cooling device, available in over 95% of UK hospitals, empowers patients to feel a greater sense of control in helping them to reduce hair loss.
When breast cancer called, this 31 year Londoner decided to take life by the tits. The rest is her-story.