Natasha Bashir Oxford Half marathon finish line and friends

Some people sail around the world* or run for miles in mud, glorious mud!

Others share their personal stories and help educate their GPs

There are many ways for you and your friends to help us from fundraising to campaigning to making a donation.  Whatever you decide to do to help us, we're here to support you.

*This actually happened.  Lindsay Evans took part in the World Clipper Yacht Race in 2013.
Virgin Money London Marathon runner for Sarcoma UK

Raise funds

The people who support our work are some of the most passionate, creative and committed in the UK.

Run, hike, swim, host a Big Picnic - whatever you do, we are just as committed to you. 

Sarcoma UK Bishop Stortford Colour Ball

Donate

The generosity of our supporters is helping to transform the landscape for everyone affected by sarcoma.

Help us continue our work by setting up a regular gift or making a one-time donation.

 

 

Awareness

If more people knew what sarcoma was, they would get that lump checked out earlier. The earlier sarcoma is diagnosed, the greater the chance of successful treatment.

Help us get the word out that sarcoma is cancer. 

Volunteer

We honestly couldn’t do what we do without the dedication of volunteers.

Whatever the role, we provide our volunteers with the support, training and materials they need to be successful and confident whilst representing Sarcoma UK.

Do you have a skill we could use at an event?

Collage of various types of impact and image of Impact Report 2016-17

Partnerships

Sarcoma UK exists to improve the chances of surviving sarcoma and raise the quality of life for those whose lives are turned upside down by the disease. But we rely on our donors to provide hope.