Clan is giving you the power to help people affected by cancer.
We've all felt powerless in the last year and many charities, including Clan, lost over 70% of income overnight while still seeing significant demand for services. We wouldn't be here without the generosity of our supporters; however, ongoing uncertainly and a bleak financial outlook leaves one in ten charities facing closure.
We need your help now more than ever, which is why we are empowering you to do something amazing for Clan. We all have the power to help Clan and this appeal will enable us to continue to support those affected by a cancer diagnosis across the north-east and Northern Isles.
By Donating, fundraising or volunteering, you have the power to help people affected by cancer and make sure that Clan can continue to provide the vital professional support people need throughout their journey.
Our new campaign, Power to Help, is being spearheaded by our new Head of Cancer Support Services, Danny Lynch.
Clan has been here for people affected by cancer throughout the pandemic, and now we want to empower you to make a difference. We couldn't offer our professional cancer support services without your generosity, whether through volunteering your time, donating, or fundraising for Clan.
Danny Lynch, Head of Cancer Support Services at Clan, said, "Clan has the power to help anyone affected by a cancer diagnosis, whether it's you or a loved one. Our cancer support specialists can give you the tools to cope with and live beyond a cancer diagnosis, supporting you every step of the way. With our centres and services back to face to face contact, we want to encourage anyone affected by cancer to get in touch with us today."
Dr Colette Backwell, Clan's Chief Executive, said, "Danny's appointment is the first step for Clan's enhanced service offering, and we want to encourage more clients back into our community wellbeing centres. With cancer services and diagnosis ramping up, we want to spread our message to anyone facing a cancer diagnosis; we have the power to help."
Find out more about our services and how Clan has the Power to Help by clicking the button below or get in touch if you or a loved one has been affected by cancer.
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Clan offers free support to anyone affected by cancer in north-east Scotland, Moray, Orkney and Shetland. Please help support us.
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