Our community exists to bridge the gaps between young people with cancer, reducing isolation and bringing the community together both online and in real life. The connections made through our community are incredibly powerful and can positively transform your experience. We combine our Facebook group with face-to-face meet-ups to help you forge relationships in the weird (but often wonderful) world of the cancer community.
Every young adult has different concerns after a diagnosis and we know that often these concerns can be eased through meeting those like you. We’ve partnered with a number of groups founded by people from within our community who’ve spotted gaps in the system to further the support available to you through dedicated events and tailored support.
Through Cancer Chicks, Cancer Lads, Secondary Sisters and our Young Adult Ambassadors, we aim to unite the young cancer community even further.
With every cancer diagnosis comes a huge confidence knock, Cancer Chicks is a movement that is helping give a confidence boost in the most difficult time of these young adults lives.
Trekstock is partnering with ICAN.CER to work together to support young adults who were diagnosed with cancer in childhood and are coping with late effects.
Secondary Sisters are here to create a safe place to connect with other Secondary Sisters.