Make it Happen!

A New Support Centre for Everyone:
Children – Young People – Adults

Make it Happen!

A New Support Centre for Everyone:
Children – Young People – Adults

Help us raise £2.4 Million to ‘Make it Happen’

Ayrshire Cancer Support, Ayrshire’s leading cancer support charity has operated in Ayrshire since 1982, helping support adults when cancer affects their life.  Through emotional or practical support, we aim to help save and extend people’s lives.  Over the years we have built Ayrshire’s biggest free patient transport service, developed professional counselling and well-being support and provided a safe, friendly space at our Kilmarnock centre for people often isolated because of their cancer diagnosis. 

Now we are embarking on the next phase of our journey to develop our second purpose-built facility and extend the vital services we offer to local people living with, or affected by, cancer, including the region’s only dedicated complete support facility for children and young people. We need your help to raise funds to make it happen.

Requiring a total investment of £2.4 Million, we have managed to make significant progress through fundraising, grants & trusts and corporate sponsors. But we still have a long way to go. Donate now and help us ‘Make it Happen’. Check out our latest news page for regular updates.

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Capital Campaign Update: 2022

July 7, 2022
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January 28, 2022
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November 30, 2021
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