PLAY YOUR PART IN ONE INCREDIBLE #ACTOFUNITY
On 4 February, World Cancer Day, join the nation, wear a Unity Band® and help beat cancer sooner. Get your exclusive, limited edition, orange & black Stand Up To Cancer Unity Band now for a suggested donation of £2.GET YOUR UNITY BAND
STAND UP TO CANCER AT UNION CHAPEL
We return to Union Chapel on Friday 3 February to Stand Up To Cancer through another night of amazing music. Edith Bowman compares the evening featuring a host of intimate stripped-back performances from Laura Mvula, London Contemporary Voices, The Beach, Passport To Stockholm, plus a special guest.
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JOIN THE REBELLION
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THE 2016 STAND UP TO CANCER LIVE SHOW HIGHLIGHTS
THE REBELLION WAS TELEVISED
Yes, you heard it right. A night of epic live television and a whole host of exclusive TV programmes on Channel 4 brought the rebellion right into your living room.
This next-level takeover featured your favourite celebrities, the exclusive return of The Crystal Maze and special guest appearances from some of the biggest names in town.FIND OUT MORE
CATCH UP: THE CRYSTAL MAZE
Stephen Merchant hosted this exclusive comeback of your favourite 90s TV show and it was everything you could have hoped for. Check it out if you haven't already. Start the fans please!WATCH NOW
TIME TO SHOP
Our exclusive range of clothing and accessories includes T-shirts, hoodies, posters and fundraising essentials like bunting and balloons. Or pick up a Stand Up To Cancer World Cancer Day Unity Band for just £2. Psst... there's free delivery on all orders over £20.SHOP NOW
WHO YOUR MONEY HELPS
100% of the money you donate or raise will help fund our bad-ass translational research. That's right, all of it. This research takes developments in the lab, turning them into new tests and treatments for cancer patients.FIND OUT MORE