MAKE A DIFFERENCE TODAY

Your donation will help us stop cancer sooner.

Make a one-off donation or give a little every month.

DONATE NOW

WHO WE ARE

WE’LL NEVER GIVE IN TO CANCER

We’re the only independent cancer research charity not afraid to take on some of the toughest forms of the disease in North West England and North Wales so we can save loved ones. We do this by seeking the smartest people and the best research projects so we can overcome cancer as soon as possible.

Learn more

SIGN UP FOR OUR E-NEWSLETTER

Keep up to date with how we’re saving loved ones in your area

sign up now

WHAT YOU CAN DO

Stopping cancer can be great fun and sociable

find out more

DONATE

Every donation takes us a step closer to stopping cancer

donate today

what can I do?

 

IT'S EASY TO JOIN THE WINNING SIDE

give as little or as much as you want

Raise money

With friends and family

Or take part yourself and make new friends - there's lots of ways to have fun and save loved ones at the same time.

Give a little time

And have great fun

We're battling to stop cancer and can always do with a hand now and again so why not get in touch?

Give as a business

Your customers expect

More than 90 per cent of people think businesses should donate to charity - find out about the mutual benefits.

MAKE A DIFFERENCE TODAY

Your donation will help us stop cancer sooner.

Make a one-off donation or give a little every month.

DONATE NOW

RESEARCH & RESCUE

Stories from the front line

How we’re battling to stop cancer and the real difference your help makes when it comes to saving loved ones

MORE INFORMATION

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

NORTH WEST CANCER RESEARCH EVENTS

NEWS ARTICLES

 

LATEST NEWS FROM NORTHWEST CANCER RESEARCH

June 2018
'I'VE HAD THIRTY MOLES REMOVED' - LANCASTER FITNESS FANATIC SHARES HER SKIN CANCER STORY

After spending 15 years in and out of hospital with skin cancer, Karen Byrne is passionate about helping charity North West Cancer Research (NWCR) raise awareness of the disease.

Karen Byrne, 45, from Lancaster, was diagnosed with malignant melanoma (a form of skin cancer) in 2003, after noticing a tiny black mole on her lower leg.

It was only after briefly mentioning it during a visit to her GP with her son who had chickenpox, that she was called back in for a biopsy, which later revealed it was malignant melanoma.

March 2018
Help us stop cancer in its tracks

We're looking for cycling ethusiasts to to take part in our inaugural Cycle of Hope 300mile cycling challenge to raise money for life-saving cancer research here in the North West. 

January 2018
Widow's Walk For Life

Laura Garnell for Liverpool has walked more than 600 miles for North West Cancer Research in memory of her husband George. 

January 2018
Widow's Walk For Life

Laura Garnell for Liverpool has walked more than 600 miles for North West Cancer Research in memory of her husband George. 

NEWSLETTER SIGN-UP

Enter your details to be kept up to date with the latest news

Image CAPTCHA
Enter the characters shown in the image.