‘Main Gifts’ tend to be larger, one off experiences with a high value including holidays. You are eligible to receive up to 1 Main Gift’ per year however an application does not always guarantee you will be allocated the gift. These can be found and applied for on our ‘Main Gifts’ page.
‘Additional Gifts’ tend to be smaller, regular or lower value gifts including restaurant meals or special family days. You are eligible to receive up to 2 ‘Additional Gifts’ per year however an application does not always guarantee you will be allocated the gift. ‘Additional Gifts’ can be found on our ‘Additional Gifts’ page.
Sometimes we are donated last minute gifts or bulk experiences including event tickets. You are eligible to receive unlimited ‘Extra Gifts’ per year however an application does not guarantee you will be allocated the gift. ‘Extra Gifts’ can be found on our ‘Extra Gifts’ Page.
You are eligible to apply for a ‘gift’ if you are currently receiving treatment for cancer OR are in the first year following the completion of your treatment (includes either surgery, chemotherapy or radiotherapy).
Applicants with a secondary or terminal diagnosis can continue to apply for gifts.
No. Unfortunately we are not able to accept any documents via post or email. For data protection reasons your scanned images/photographs must be uploaded to the online application form whilst applying for your chosen gift.
You must create an account with us before applying for a gift. Please use the ‘log in’ tab in the top right-hand corner of the page. You can simply apply by clicking on the ‘apply for this gift’ button on the gift of your choice. You are required to upload formal photo ID (not a selfie or photo) and a letter confirming your diagnosis.
Family members of your choice are also eligible to enjoy your gift or experience up to the number specified on your ‘gift’ e.g a restaurant meal for 4 people.
Family and friends or those with caring duties can also apply for a gift. They are required to produce a document confirming the diagnosis of the person they care for. The person directly affected by cancer must benefit from the gift or experience.
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