This Christmas your support is needed to help us continue to provide the essential, frontline services that the 125,000 people living with lymphoma in the UK rely on. 
Please help us be there for every family who needs us - this Christmas and throughout 2019.
Thank you.

No one should face lymphoma alone

Every 27 minutes another loved one is diagnosed with lymphoma - the UK's 5th most common cancer - and we are dedicated to supporting them with our trusted information and practical and emotional support. It costs approximately £1.3m each year to maintain our support services and with your help we can continue to be there for every family who needs us.

Could you set up a regular gift or increase an existing gift?

If 417 of our supporters set up a direct debit of £5 a month, it would contribute £25,020 towards our work over the next year.

Could you make a generous Christmas donation?

If 555 of our supporters made a donation of £45, we would raise nearly a further £25,000 to support our vital services.

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We're here at every step of the journey

Our core support services offer a lifeline for anyone affected by lymphoma and help improve lymphoma care.
Demand for our services continues to grow as more people in the UK are living with lymphoma

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Buddy support

Connecting you to someone who has a personal experience of lymphoma and can understand what you’re going through 

Helping people affected by lymphoma - from diagnosis through to treatment and beyond


Lymphoma Action has been instrumental throughout my diagnosis and treatment journey in many ways, but particularly the invaluable information available which helps make sense of the disease and treatment process.
Jayne, diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma in 2010

Read Jayne's story.

I found the Live your Life workshop provided a safe space for me to talk about my feelings with other people who understood. I went on to train as a workshop facilitator...because I feel the workshops are a lifeline for so many people.
Dorothy, diagnosed with transformed follicular lymphoma in 2007

Read Dorothy's story.