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Teenage Cancer Trust

MandM Direct Have so far raised a massive £1,000,000
Teenage Cancer Trust

Teenage Cancer Trust understands that young people with cancer require specialist care.

Young people have a much better chance in their fight against cancer if they are treated by teenage cancer experts, in an environment tailored to their needs.

So we are working with Teenage Cancer Trust to help make this happen. We are raising money to help build specialist units for young people in NHS hospitals. Teenage Cancer Trust units aren't like ordinary cancer wards.

Everything about them has been designed to give teenagers the very best chance of a positive outcome. We want every young person with cancer in this country to have that chance. Find out more about this amazing charity at www.teenagecancertrust.org

What we do to help

We became partners with Teenage Cancer Trust in 2005. Since then, the partnership has gone from strength to strength and we have worked together on various successful projects to raise over £1,000,000 to support Teenage Cancer Trust's work supporting young people with cancer. Here are just some of the things we get up to...

  • We donate 20p from the sale of every Kangaroo Poo, Board Angel's, KP85 and Mad Wax branded product sold.
  • We donate 10p from the sale of every London 2012 product.
  • We hold company fundraising days.
  • We sign up for crazy treks and challenges.
  • We provide product donations for Teenage Cancer Trust events.

...we also want to say a big thank you to all the MandM Direct team who've taken part in fundraising activities to raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust!

How you can help
  • Click here to visit our charity shop and help raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust.
  • Interested in signing up for a trek or challenge? Click here to see the full list of exciting ways you could raise money and make a real difference to the lives of young people with cancer.