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Teenage Cancer Trust

We are pleased to announce that we are now the proud partners of Teenage Cancer Trust who will benefit from all profits generated from the Future Stars Event.

Fund raising will include celebrity basketball games to entertain the crowd s with names from entertainment and sport showing their skills against top young basketball players from across the world.

Helen Bearfield-Smith, Regional Fundraising Manager for Teenage Cancer Trust, said “We are really grateful to The Future Stars event for partnering with Teenage Cancer Trust for this tournament. It is great that the young players are supporting people of similar age and the money they raise will go towards helping young people diagnosed with cancer across the UK.”

Come to the event to enjoy top young international basketball stars in action. Support both your team and Teenage Cancer Trust.

 

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About Teenage Cancer Trust

Every day in the UK, six young people are told they have cancer. This is a rising figure and there are already more young people than children with the disease. These young people often receive hospital treatment in inappropriate facilities catering for children or the elderly.

Teenage Cancer Trust focuses on the needs of teenagers and young adults with cancer by providing specialist teenage units in NHS hospitals designed to give teenagers and young people the very best chance of a positive outcome. As well as state-of-the-art facilities to keep patients occupied during long stays in hospital, the units provide an environment where teenagers can meet others in a similar situation.

Teenage Cancer Trust has built 17 units and plans to build a further 16 so that all young people needing hospital treatment for cancer across the UK have access to the dedicated, specialist support we provide.

For more information on the work of Teenage Cancer Trust please click here.

Teenage Cancer Trust is a registered charity 1062559