01480 416410 aburridge@nhs.net

Most of our fundraising activities were suspended in 2020 so we really hope we will be able to run some events during 2021.  Please watch this space as we will post up as soon as we are able to reschedule our events!



HCCN Branded Clothing

After many requests we decided to launch a range of branded HCCN items for people to use when playing sport, taking part in activities or just generally wear everyday!

We periodically place orders so don’t have items in stock but items only usually take 2-3 weeks to get in. If there is anything you don’t see here but would like, please ask!

Please email: amanda@hccnthecharity.org for any questions or details on how to place an order.


£21.00 Available in sizes 8-20


£23.00 Available in sizes 8-20


£10.00 Available in sizes 8-16


£10.00 Available in sizes 8-16




£11.50 Available in sizes 8-16

Making Donations

To continue our work, we need regular funding streams to ensure that people in need receive the vital help and support they deserve.

There are several ways in which you can help us:

Viv’s 100 club

Our 100 club was started by a former patient Vivienne Hepworth, Viv to her friends. Viv joined HCCN’s fundraising committee bringing the many fund raising skills she had learnt as Captain of a local golf club and soon had us whipped into shape and organised.

Sadly Viv died not long after setting the club up for us and it seemed a fitting tribute to name it after her.

She was a fun loving person, and keen to make giving fun. She used to tell us more people will give if there is a good pay back for them. You’ll know if you are already in the club that winning the monthly draw is very pleasurable and the extra payment at Christmas time is very useful.

Initially run by Anne Fleming, our club is run for us now by Mary Matthews and the club works best when it has 100 players. The payouts are better and of course the charity receives more funding.

We have a some places left, and it only costs £4 a month, so if you would like to join you are very welcome!

Please contact Mary for more information and to establish your number in the draw: mary@matthewsmail.com 

In memoriam
Deciding which charity to support is a difficult subject at the best of time but when someone we love dies it becomes an even more impossible decision.
Supporting Hunts Community Cancer Network allows us to continue our many important projects and gives us the scope to look for more ways in helping and supporting cancer patients and their family’s locally. Please support us in memory of your loved ones.

Leaving a legacy that will help the lives of others is a special gift. Without the kindness of those people who make donations in their wills much of the work that we do cannot be funded. At HCCN charity we are committed to making the lives local residents living with cancer that much easier providing care, transport and advice. No matter how small all donations are really appreciated and important.
There are several ways that you could help us through different types of legacy:

  • Residuary Gift – A gift of the remainder of the estate after all other bequests have been made and debts cleared.
  • Pecuniary Gift – This is a gift of a fixed sum of money in your will. The value of pecuniary legacies will decrease over time, as the cost of living increases.
  • Specific Gift – A particular named item left as a gift in your will – for example a piece of jewellery.
  • Contingent Gift – A gift in your will that depends upon the occurrence of an event which may or may not happen

How businesses can get involved:

Charity of the year.
If you work for a business or company we would like the opportunity to visit and ask the management and workers to adopt HCCN as their charity of the year.

Give as you earn.
We would like to speak to companies to ensure their employees are able to benefit from the tax efficiencies of Give as you Earn (GAYE) schemes – where money is taken direct from their wages / salaries before tax deductions.

Sponsorship of events
With our bigger events we sometimes need financial support and we approach companies to ask for sponsorship. It is always nice for both parties to form a social / business relationship and we will always offer publicity opportunities when marketing the event.

How to donate

You can donate by simple clicking the button below, we use Paypal but you can also make payments from one of the shown Credit or Debit cards

You can also donate via either our JustGiving or LocalGiving site links shown below, or contact us directly to discuss other ways in which you can help.
Click to visit the HCCN JustGiving page
Click to visit the HCCN LocalGiving page


Local Businesses

There are several local businesses who have helped us greatly over the past few years who we would like to thank:

Ryan Jarvis has been a professional photographer since 2009 & is well known & respected in the area. He normally photographs weddings regularly attends our meetings and conferences to take photos of what we are up to, which we are very grateful for!


First Take Films kindly put together the video on our Patient Perspective page to allow us to bring to life patient experiences – we are very grateful to Steve for taking the time out of his busy schedule to work with us!



Aseptika are a local award winning healthcare technology company, who develop integrated health and wellness solutions for individuals or groups of patients with long-term health conditions. This empowers them to self-care and self-monitor their health parameters and to share this data with their healthcare providers if they so wish.  They have worked with us on the BuddyBand Scheme in developing some technology to assist cancer patients in exercising during & after cancer treatment.


Forefront logo

Forefront Fitness have been instrumental in getting the BuddyBand Scheme project up and running. Marion Foreman and her husband Steve, are both passionate about fitness and have a desire to want to help others to get fit and healthy. Marion became a Personal Trainer several years ago and after Steve was diagnosed with a melanoma, Marion trained in Cancer Rehabilitation. They used Steve’s critical illness cover following his diagnosis to set up 2 gyms.


A bit about House of Flags Ltd…..

House of Flags is run & owned by Ian Simmonds. It is the UK’s leading manufacturer of flags, banners and other display items.

The main factory and head office is based in Kimbolton, employing 60+ staff.

Supplying all types of customers from individuals to the largest multinational corporations.

Ian has been a massive support and donated most of our promotional supplies. Ian also donated promotional flags & banners for the Woodlands Cancer unit extention.