In response to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, we extended our closed regional Facebook groups to cover the whole of the UK, and welcomed hundreds of new members. The new UK-wide group brings together people living with lymphoma, recovering from lymphoma, and family members and friends.
We now have over 1,500 members and whether you are newly diagnosed or many years on from treatment, the group offers valuable peer support at any time.
Here is what some of our members think about the group.
The group is made up of people living with lymphoma, those who have had lymphoma, spouses and partners, and parents.
How does the group help its members?
Being part of the Facebook group brings many benefits to its members. From feeling understood and acknowledged to having a social connection and getting hints and tips from other group members about hope to cope with living with and beyond lymphoma.
90% of members would recommend the group to others!
What a difference the group makes...
Our group members told us that being part of the group makes a real difference to their lives.
- 83% feel more informed from joining the group
- 75% feel more supported
- 63% feel like someone understands
- 57% feel less isolated
- 57% feel more reassured
Joining the group is simple, and you can register online within minutes. Our group moderators are online to welcome you.
All the statistics above come from our December 2020 survey of group members. We are grateful to everyone who completed the survey.