We have some fantastic long-term supporters in Wales, groups and individuals, organising events such as the North Wales Coast Bikeathon held in July.
We love hearing from people who want to know more about us - whether you'd like to fundraise, volunteer, or are interested in our cancer research in Wales.
Our events are fun and rewarding, and we're always on the lookout for enthusiastic people to give a bit of their time - taking part, volunteering, or even organising their own events to help beat blood cancer. If that sounds like you, please get in touch!
You might want to get involved in one of our new Community Groups, being the local face of Blood Cancer UK in your area. Or, you might want to give some of your time to place collection tins in your local village or town. However you might like to join in, we'd love to hear from you!
The Cardiff Branch was formed in 1970 and the active committee organises a range of fundraising events each year. Their fundraising total stands at over £1million and they show no signs of slowing down!
They hold lots of local events in the Cardiff area including a Christmas concert in December and are currently planning an event to celebrate their 50th birthday.
The Flint Branch was formed in 2014 and has been raising money to beat blood cancer ever since. Loz Harrison, Chairman of the Flint Branch, has organised 11 North Wales Coast Bikeathons, which welcomes between 200 and 300 riders a year.
Our Gwent Branch has been fundraising in their local community since 1979 and has raised over £1million.
Our Llanelli Branch was started over 20 years ago and the active committee organises a range of fundraising events each year. Their fundraising total stands at over £300,000 and they show no signs of slowing down!
They hold lots of local events in their local community including curry and quiz nights.
Our Neath and Port Talbot Branch has been fundraising in their local community since 1973 and has raised over £500,000.