The Caring Cancer Trust's Ethos

Your donations go directly to help children suffering from Cancer and their caring families, and to fund groundbreaking Cancer research which uses no live animals.


We provide escorted Healing Holidays of Adventure for children recovering from Cancer. We help them regain their self-confidence and re-ignite their passion for life after the trauma and suffering caused by their illness.
Adventure for Kids with Cancer!


We fund ethical original and clinical Cancer Research that does not involve the use of live animals or embryonic stem cells, into the causes, prevention, early diagnosis and innovative treatments for Cancer.
We target Cancer, not animals!


Prevention is far better than Cure! If a pre-cancerous growth is spotted before it becomes cancerous, or if a cancer is diagnosed at an early stage, treatment will usually be completely successful.
Awareness of cancer warning signs and speedy consultation is therefore crucial to cancer prevention and cure.

We are all Volunteers – Join us!

CCT’s Fundraising, Kids2Go and Create2Go Healing Holidays, and Charity Shop are wholly managed and run by dedicated unpaid volunteers. We have NO expensive offices, NO salaried staff, NO corporate fundraisers on commission, NO Chuggers! NO Cold Callers! We send NO Unsolicited Mail!


We are managed and run by dedicated unpaid volunteers, can you help us?Read More »


We have some fantastic patrons who support us year on year.Read More »

Our Shop

All profits from our shop go to local hospital paediatric oncology support programmes.Read More »


Many of our supporters put fundraising events on to raise money and awareness of the Caring Cancer TustRead More »

Keep in touch

Keep in touch with us. Just contact us via this website.Read More »

The Latest News

We have many blogs to do with cancer prevention and research. check them out.Read More »

Donate to the Caring Cancer Trust

Your donations go to where you intended them, NOT to pay expensive overheads

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In the News

We have all the latest news from the world of cancer research right here in our in the news blog.

Cannabis and Cannabinoids in future Cancer Treatment

Photo courtesy Wikipedia Commons Cannabinoids THS and CBD The harrowing story of young Billy Caldwell’s epilepsy and UK Home Secretary’s subsequent decision to review the official use of Cannabis for medicinal use (19 June), has highlighted the potential medicinal properties of the Cannabinoids THS and CBD extracted from the Marijuana plant or synthesized. In the…


Brightbulb Supports the Caring Cancer Trust

Multi-award winning Isle of Wight based design studio, Brightbulb Design have announced a yearly charity scheme and have nominated us, the Caring Cancer Trust as their charity for this financial year. Brightbulb who have supported us for a number of years will take part in and hold events across the year to help us raise…


Cancer Research & Prevention Blogs

Brightbulb support raffle launched!

Brightbulb design a local Isle of Wight design and web design business who have helped us for a number of years with our own website have just launched a online raffle in aid of the caring cancer Trust. Brightbulb asked a small number of clients and local businesses if they were able to donate a…


Cancer Prevention through Diet

Photo Credit: Freepic Tests over the past decade have shown that many active phytochemical compounds found in plants and herbs can eradicate Cancer stem cells, (CSGs). These efficiently kill CSGs by interfering with the genes and proteins that sustain their self-renewal capacity and drug resistance. They may therefore be considered as a worthwhile therapeutic strategy…


‘Diet cured me of a prostate cancer’ says Don

In 2003, 69-year-old Don, Caring Cancer Trust’s Treasurer, was diagnosed with prostate cancer. With the help of his local branch of the South of England Prostate Support Association, (PCaSO), Don cleared his body of the cancer. This is his story: Following routine blood tests in 2003, my GP referred me to a hospital oncology consultant.…