Haematology Cancer Care
Haematology Cancer Care (HCC) is a community bringing together haematology patients, families, supporters and staff to raise funds for the haematology unit at UCLH.
HCC organises a calendar of fun events and is a platform for fundraising activities.
The Haematology Unit at UCLH is a world centre of excellence in the treatment and care of patients with Leukaemia, Lymphoma, Myeloma, Sickle Cell, Thalassaemia and all haematology diseases. The Royal Free Haematology Service move to UCLH has created the largest haematology Service and bone marrow and stem cell transplant centre in Europe. We are also a UK centre for the specialist treatment of blood cancers. Our close association with the Department of Haematology at UCL Cancer Institute ensures that new treatments reach patients fast.
You can make a donation here.
Want to do something to support the fund? Here are some options!
* Cyclotopia returns on Sunday 12th June, with opportunities to experience the road, trail or track facilities of the Lee Valley VeloPark.
* Runners can take part in the Vitality British 10k London Run on Sunday 10th July. This is a fun run for all abilities along closed roads, around iconic London landmarks including Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Circus, St James’ Palace, Regent Street, Trafalgar Square, Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Parliament Square, Royal Horse Guards Parade and Banqueting House. Runners must raise £150 minimum sponsorship.
* Haematology Cancer Care has places in the RideLondon100 cycle event on Sunday 31st July. This is a 100-mile loop on closed roads, from central London out to the Surrey Hills and back, finishing on the Mall. Participants need to raise £500 in sponsorship.