Welcome to the North Wales Cancer Appeal
Officially launched in 2016, The North Wales Cancer Appeal was borne out of ‘The Ron & Margaret Smith Appeal’, a North Wales Charity that has been fundraising for the benefit of The North Wales Cancer Treatment Centre at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd since 1991.
With a long and distinguished history, since its inception the original appeal has raised well over £3 million, with a growing and impressive list of essential equipment purchased for The Cancer Treatment Centre.
Run entirely by volunteers, we work in conjunction with both clinical and management staff in the Centre. Together we identify the need for funding for renewal or replacement of vital equipment, research and education and any items deemed necessary for the patient’s ongoing treatment and care.
The Charity has the discretion to choose where funds are spent, and this targeted approach ensures the Appeal is relevant to the needs of the patients. Also, importantly, contributors know how and where their donations are used.
The Committee meets at least six times a year and is regularly fundraising in conjunction with Friends of the Charity and other volunteers to raise money. A number of Annual Events now also form part of the fund raising calendar, details of which can be found on this web site. Read on to find out what we do and how, if you want, you may be able to help...
PERSONAL WATER BOTTLES FOR PROSTATE CANCER PATIENTS
The Radiotherapy Department at The North Wales Cancer Treatment Centre in Ysbyty Glan Clwyd treats on average 450 prostate cancer patients a year. One of the practical issues faced in their treatment is the need for each patient to drink 500ml of water prior to their Radiotherapy….. Read On
THE WORLD’S FIRST 100,000 - PERSON MARATHON!
The 2021 Virgin Money London Marathon is set to be the biggest marathon ever staged, with an incredible 100,000 runners taking part. How is this possible? Well, the virtual Virgin Money London Marathon is returning this year, with 50,000 places available for runners to take on 26.2 miles from wherever they are in the world, on Sunday 3 October. ……Read On
12 New Observation Units For Enfys Ward
When the Committee of the North Wales Cancer Appeal heard that hard pressed staff on Enfys Ward were having to share observation machines between patients, the Charity decided to help…….Read On
Wildcat Ukulele Raises £400 for NWCA
Paul Barnard recently received Radiotherapy treatment at The North Wales Cancer Treatment Centre and as a thank you decided on a novel idea to raise money for the Charity ……. Read On
- Three Castles Trial 2020
We are delighted to announce that the 2020 Three Castles Trial a Classic Car event that takes place in North Wales from the 2nd to the 5th June 2020 has chosen The North Wales Cancer Appeal as their nominated Charity…….Read On
- Ladies Lunch 2019 Raises £5,000 For NWCA
Now a regular annual event the Ladies Lunch kindly hosted by Karen & John Hall of the Brookhouse Mill in Denbigh, this year attracted over 170 guests. Saturday 17th August 2019 fortunately turned out to dry and sunny and the marquee sited courtesy of Philip and Rachel Hughes at Brookhouse Farm was the perfect venue for a fabulous canape and Prosecco Reception, followed by a beautiful buffet lunch …….Read On
- Meirion Davies Pick silage Wrap Appeal
Staff at Meirion Davies Agricultural Merchants in Denbigh came up with a novel idea of raising money for the charity. As silage wrap is one of the more popular and fast selling products at this time of year, the staff decided to ask their supplier Crop Packaging Systems of Wexford to supply them with a stock of bright pink wrap. ……Read On
- Honeywell Employees Do It Again!
Tracey Ham, an employee of Honeywell St Asaph recently celebrated her 50th Birthday along with her brother Jim Morris, with a Party for family and friends at the Nant Hall, Prestatyn.....Read On
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