Allen & Overy Belfast raise £30k to support local people with cancer

Ask An Architect 2020

Perhaps you’ve been dreaming up a building project or renovation in Northern Ireland? Or, during lockdown, your plans might have changed. Are you considering staying in your home, but need professional guidance on renovating or extending your space? Then you’ll be delighted to hear that Ask An Architect has extended it’s support through to September […]

Professor launches new album to raise funds for Friends of the Cancer Centre

It’s been an intense, busy month in lockdown for Belfast-based Professor Joe O’Sullivan. As a Consultant Prostate Cancer Oncologist at the Northern Ireland Cancer Centre, Professor of Radiation Oncology at Queen’s University Belfast, and a recognised world expert on prostate cancer – it might come as a surprise to many people including Professor O’Sullivan’s patients, […]

How to stay connected

Staying in touch with family and friends has never been more important, particularly for people affected by cancer who are self isolating.  However, with so many ways to communicate available to us, it can be a little overwhelming.  To help, our friends at The Tomorrow Lab have very kindly put together some useful information on […]

Helping patients stay in touch with loved ones

Staying in touch with loved ones has never been more important and for patients in hospital receiving cancer treatment and care, staying in touch with family and friends at a time when they can’t see them in person is a vital source of support, company and comfort. However, not all patients have access to a […]

COVID-19 – Charity Update

As the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) issue continues to develop, we are conscious of the impact it could have on our supporters and the hospital community. The health and well-being of our supporters, staff and patients in the hospital will always be our priority and as a team, we are continually monitoring the situation. *Our office in […]

Sprucefield Shopping Centre’s Santa Grotto raises £25,000 over last 3 years

Thousands of families visited Santa’s Grotto at Sprucefield Shopping Centre in December and while visiting Santa at Sprucefield was free, generous shoppers donated £11,000 to support our work with local families. The record-breaking total surpassed the previous year’s donations of £8,000 and takes the overall amount over three years to a grand total of £25,000. Our […]

Charity boosted by John Mulholland legacy

Randalstown and Campsie based car retailer John Mulholland Motors have donated £58,287 to support our work. Managing Director and owner, John Mulholland was diagnosed with kidney cancer in June 2018. After witnessing first-hand the amazing work provided by Friends of the Cancer Centre he decided to partner with our charity, pledging to donate £40,000 by […]

Targa Rally raises £14,000

Local Motorsport can be rightly proud of their achievements after raising £14,000 for Friends of the Cancer Centre in memory of ‘rally mad’ John Mulholland. Organised by the North Ulster Car Club, the Association of Northern Ireland Car Clubs and supported by John Mulholland Motors, the Friends of the Cancer Centre POWER Targa Rally took […]

McCalls of Lisburn continue their support

Throughout 2018 and 2019, staff and customers of McCalls of Lisburn have taken part in a range of fundraising and awareness raising activities for the charity and we are so grateful to everyone involved for their support. The employees chose to partner with the charity due to members of their families receiving support from Friends […]

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