Stand Up To Cancer

Stand Up To Cancer

NOW IS THE TIME TO STAND UP TO CANCER

NOW IS THE TIME TO STAND UP TO CANCER

1 in 2 of us will get cancer in our lifetime.* Take action now and help accelerate life-saving research. Fundraise, donate or shop today.

HOW WILL YOU

STAND UP TO CANCER?

HOW WILL YOU STAND UP TO CANCER?

Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer

FUNDRAISE WITH SUNDAY BRUNCH FOR STAND UP TO CANCER.

Ade Adepitan Stand Up To Cancer

HOST A STREAM TEAM FUNDRAISER FOR STAND UP TO CANCER.

Paul Hollywood, Prue Leith and Matt Lucas in the Bake Off tent

Fundraise with the Great Stand Up To Cancer Bake Off.

Maya Jama holding a conical flask with fundraising cash

Every pound helps fund life-saving research.

What's Happening

From Stand Up To Cancer celebrity challenges to exclusive Channel 4 programming and super-smart science, find out what’s happening across the UK.

  • Matt Lucas and mum on Gogglebox sofa
    TV

    On 15 October, the star-studded Stand Up To Cancer live show broadcasted on Channel 4 raised a whopping £31 million for life-saving cancer research.

  • Stand Up To Cancer Prize Draw
    NEWS

    Find out how to take part in the Stand Up To Cancer 'Text to Win' Prize Draws, brought to you by Cancer Research UK and Channel 4, and be in with the chance of winning a new BMW I01 i3, a £4,000 holiday gift card or a 2-night weekend stay at a 5* hotel.

  • Stand Up To Cancer short film
    NEWS

    A stellar line-up, including David Oyelowo, Paralympian Amy Conroy and actors Dame Harriet Walter, Jason Watkins, Daniel Mays and Kadiff Kirwan have joined forces in a thought-provoking short film for Stand Up To Cancer.

WE STAND UP TO CANCER FOR...

WE STAND UP TO CANCER FOR...

Pauline's story stomach and liver cancer

PAULINE

Pauline was diagnosed with terminal stomach and liver cancer and she was given 12 months to live. Pauline always thought she would grow old with her husband Tom but she sadly died in January 2015.

Courtney Wildin and his friend Cameron stood with their arms around each other wearing Blood Brothers t-shirts

Courtney and Cameron

While both being treated for leukaemia in hospital in 2019, Courtney and Cameron built a supportive friendship that helped make their cancer experience easier to face.

EVERY POUND SPEEDS UP LIFE-SAVING RESEARCH

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£84M
RAISED SO FAR
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59
GROUNDBREAKING TRIALS FUNDED
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19000
Patients involved

*Ahmad AS et al, British Journal of Cancer, 2015