Buy a cuppa for a friend

Dedicate
a Cuppa

We all love a cuppa and nothing beats a cuppa with friends. For a donation of £5 you can celebrate the Power of Friends and say thank you to someone who has been there for you when you needed it by dedicating a cuppa to them. You’ll also be helping your friends here at Friends of the Cancer Centre as every £5 donated will support our work, like buying 21 patients a cup of tea while they wait on treatment.

To dedicate a cuppa, just click on the PayPal button on the right and follow the simple steps. Your cup will then appear within 48 hours. To find your message just type your name in the search box.

To Bronagh

Thank you for being there for me through a tough few months.  Couldn't have done it without you.  Thanks for the laughs and smiles and here's to brighter days ahead!x

From Fiona

To Stephen

Stephen thank you for being such a good friend to me and the family.  It meant an awful lot to us all and this cuppa is our way of showing you how much you mean to us. Lots of love from all the family. 

From Paul

To Mary

Mum, you have been so strong throughout the last year and I'm so proud of you.  We've come a long way and I know things will be getting better.  Thank you for being such an incredible mum and an amazing friend.  Love always xx

From Nuala

To Neill

Fond memories of my dear brother Neill xx

From Cathy

To Catherine

Happy hot beverage drinking!

From Ethna

To Rosemary Loughran

In memory of my much loved and missed mummy x

From Kellie

To Julie

For my best friend Julie, stay strong!

From Angela

To Natasha

Good Luck Mum!

From Sasha

To Adel

Positivity is power. Good luck.

From Bernie

To Queenie Spence

I miss you every day Mum.  Even when ill you had a radiant smile on your face and the teapot was always on too. Your first Chemo was in Montgomery House in early seventies and through all the years that followed you taught me grace and kindness. xx I miss you every day Mum.  Even when ill you had a radiant smile on your face and the teapot was always on too. Your first Chemo was in Montgomery House in early seventies and through all the years that followed you taught me grace and kindness. xx 

From Esther (daughter)

To Geraldine Goodfellow

Tea lady

From her daughter Jennifer