Campaign for change and help
beat cancer sooner

Our campaigners have helped save lives through political action.

They've helped secure additional funding for cancer tests and radiotherapy machines, protected young people from the harms of tobacco through the introduction of plain, standardised cigarette packaging, and got children's obesity on the political agenda. You can be part of our next success by becoming an e-campaigner. 

Each month you'll receive an email with a quick and easy online action you can take to influence the Government on one of our policy priorities, for example reducing the number of people who smoke, or helping to improve early diagnosis.

Please complete all the below fields to start receiving your monthly e-campaigner action. You'll need to opt-in by ticking the 'Yes' box directly below the form.

To receive your monthly e-campaigner action, you need to tick the 'Yes' box below and sign up to campaign emails. You can opt-out at any time by emailing campaigning@cancer.org.uk.

Hear about our latest breakthroughs and how you can help support our life-saving work by:

You can change your mind at any time by contacting us on 0300 123 3379 or preferences@cancer.org.uk or via this form.

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We may try to obtain up-to-date contact details for you using external sources if you move house or change number, so that we can stay in touch. Find out more.

We may try to obtain up-to-date contact details for you using external sources such as 3rd party organisations (if you previously provided consent to share your data), or the post office national change of address database if you move house or change number, so that we can stay in touch. If you don’t want us to do this in relation to you, you can tell us anytime by contacting 0300 123 3379 or preferences@cancer.org.uk.

To make our fundraising efforts targeted and effective and understand how much you may be able to give, we may research you using publicly available sources. Find out more.

To make our fundraising efforts targeted and effective and understand how much you may be able to give, we may research you using publicly available sources, for example public registers, corporate websites, the news or social media. Find out more in our Privacy Policy. If you don't want us to do this research in relation to you, you can tell us anytime by contacting 0300 123 3379 or preferences@cancer.org.uk.