We donate 20% from every order to four small but mighty charities who support young adults living with and beyond a cancer diagnosis.
34 young adults are diagnosed with cancer every day in the UK. Trekstock are there for young adults across the UK, no matter their type of cancer or stage.
They deliver practical and social support programmes tailored to the needs of young adults in their 20's and 30's, providing a better chance of living well through and beyond cancer.
Their committee of young adult ambassadors help Trekstock support hard to reach groups in the BAME and LGBTQI communities and through their involvement and individual roles, help to raise awareness of late effects, male and secondary cancers.
To read. more about Trekstock, find out about the support and events they offer, click here.
CoppaFeel! exists to educate and remind every young person in the UK that checking your boobs isn't only fun, it could save your life.
They are the first breast cancer charity in the UK to solely create awareness amongst young people, with the aim of instilling the knowledge and tools you need to get to know your body.
From festivals to shower cubicles, schools and university campuses to Instagram, CoppaFeel! are there to talk all things boobs.
They strive to live in a world where all breast cancer survivors are diagnosed at the earliest stage possible, where treatments are more effective and survival rates are higher.
To read more about CoppaFeel! and sign up for your monthly boob check reminder, click here.
Wigs For Heroes
Wigs For Heroes is a UK based charity founded in 2017 by two-time breast cancer survivor Kaz Foncette.
Having lost her own hair during chemotherapy, Kaz recognised the need for more wig services and financial support for those patients on lower income or forced to take time out of work due to their diagnosis.
As well as aiming to support people with wig grants, the charity are renowned at North Middlesex Hospital in London for making patients smile with their pamper bags filled with donated beauty and hygiene products.
They also offer pamper days, online tutorials, support groups, events and more recently, have launched an interactive Instagram series streaming live every Sunday, supporting viewers through their own hair loss journey.
To find out more about Wigs For Heroes or apply for a pamper box, click here.
Black Women Rising
Black Women Rising was founded by blogger and south London community entrepreneur, Leanne Pero, after she was diagnosed with breast cancer at 30.
The project began as the UK's first all-black female cancer portrait exhibition, 'Black Women Rising – The Untold Cancer Stories', with the aim of getting more cancer patients within the BAME community connecting and talking about their experiences and aiding their recovery process.
Now a charity with an active online community and regular podcast, their aim is to support, educate, provide insight and campaign for improved services tailored to cancer patients within the BAME community.
To find out more about Black Women Rising, click here.