FORCE Cancer Charity In Urgent Need Of Support

FORCE Cancer Charity In Urgent Need Of Support

FORCE Cancer Charity believes that anyone diagnosed with cancer deserves the best possible treatment and professional support available.

Since 1987, it has supported patients and their families; growing to become a hugely respected regional charity in the region.

Despite the impact of COVID-19 on services and income, the charity has dynamically restructured its provision of help. People in need of physical, emotional, psychological and practical support can still receive it when they most need it.

The FORCE Cancer Support and Information Centre in Exeter is temporarily closed along with its weekly community outreach centres in Okehampton, Tiverton and Honiton

But counselling, information and advice on claiming benefits and safe exercise is available via phone or video calls.

FORCE Working Hard To Raise Funds

The charity also continues to fund the specialist nurses who deliver vital chemotherapy treatment in Okehampton and Honiton.

The pandemic means FORCE is facing an income shortfall of at least £500,000. However, the charity remains committed to being there for local people when cancer turns their life upside down

Like many charities and businesses, FORCE is working hard to raise vital funds to maintain services through this difficult period. 

“We hope that summer events like the Virtual NelloCream Teas for Cancer and Full FORCE ahead, will go some way to help raise income to continue supporting LOCAL people affected by cancer,” Olly Watts, fundraising development officer at FORCE.

“Whatever way you and your team can help support FORCE, we would really appreciate it and say a huge THANK YOU in advance.”

If you would like to make a donation, please text the word BUSINESSSUPPORT to 70085 to donate £5. Texts cost £5 plus one standard rate message. 

To discover more ways to donate and support your local cancer charity and help anyone affected by cancer, visit forcecancercharity.co.uk.

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