Every 27 minutes someone is diagnosed with lymphoma. For most it’s the first time they’ve heard of it. We are the only charity in the UK dedicated to supporting them. With your help people can get the vital information and support they need to help them cope.

Young People's Appeal

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Help us be there for young people with lymphoma

Lymphoma is the most common cancer among 15-24 year olds in the UK.

Being diagnosed with lymphoma is devastating at any age, but when you are young it can feel like the end of the world.

"I’d never heard of lymphoma before, and couldn’t believe what was happening to me. I was only 21. I had cancer" Helen

Your donation will help more young people access our support and information services.

Text to donate

Simply text LAUK03 and the amount you would like to donate (eg. LAUK03 £5) to 70070.

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More ways to donate

In memory periwinkle

Donate in memory

A special way to remember a loved one and support other people affected by lymphoma

Your donation makes a difference

Every £1 that you generously donate is used to support, inform and connect people affected by lymphoma. 

Together you raise over £1 million each year, helping us to fund our freephone helpline, booklets and information sheets, local support groups, buddy scheme, community forum and our campaigning work to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of lymphoma.

Find out where your money goes

Our impact in 2017

  • 21,596

    Booklets distributed

    Our booklets are expert reviewed to ensure they're up to date and offer you the information you need about your lymphoma and treatment.

  • 1.8m

    Unique visitors to our website

    Looking for information, reassurance, someone who has been there and ways to get involved. Our website is the main way that people affected by lymphoma reach our support and information.

  • 4,500

    People attending support groups

    Run mainly by volunteers our support groups offer a valuable opportunity to meet people who have been affected by lymphoma in your area, sharing experiences and offering support.

  • 389

    Training course attendees

    Patients notice the difference when healthcare professionals attend our lymphoma specific training courses. It gives doctors and nurses the chance to find out about the latest treatment developments and share best practice.

Thank you

Your support makes a huge difference to everyone affected by lymphoma.

See more of the amazing things we have achieved together!