About Us

We raise funds to support cancer research projects in Wales.
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Here are some of the ways YOU can help raise funds.
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Your legacy could pay for research that saves peoples' lives.
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We need volunteers to help run our fundraising events.
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Our Research

Our pioneering research is entirely funded by our supporters.
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On Flickr

Check out pictures from our latest fundraising events.
On Flickr
Abseil- Cardiff City Stadium
Winter Afternoon Tea 2016 at Jury's Inn, Cardiff
Family Footsteps Cardiff
Pritchard & Moore Official Opening 28.7.16
Fashion Show 2016
Ladies Day High Tea

From Our Blog

  • 24 Jul 2017
    From cancer biology to the clinic

    Jointly hosted by the European Association for Cancer Research (EACR), the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) and the Italian Cancer Society (SIC), the EACR-AACR-SIC Special Conference 2017 assembled basic, translational and clinical researchers. . . . .

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  • 06 Jul 2017
    Afternoon Tea Party Success for Crickhowell Committee

    On Sunday, June 25th, the Cancer Research Wales Crickhowell Committee held an afternoon tea party at the local Dragon Hotel to help raise funds for the charity. Our trustee Simon Williams has shared his. . . . .

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  • 29 Jun 2017
    Caerphilly Mayor selects Cancer Research Wales & CRY as chosen charities

    On 28th June 2017, the Mayor of Caerphilly Cllr John Bevan launched his charity appeal in support of Cancer Research Wales and CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young) in memory of Jack Thomas. The. . . . .

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  • 27 Jun 2017
    The Value of a Wedding Dress

    We are hopeless romantics at Cancer Research Wales… we can create personalised wedding favours for your special day and we have an exclusive Bridal shop based in Whitchurch, Cardiff called Pritchard & Moore. Pritchard and. . . . .

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