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Many people with bladder cancer are alone, isolated and afraid. You can help them by supporting us to build a community that helps all those affected by the disease. Do you know someone affected by bladder cancer? Your support can make a world of difference.

Find out about the many ways to support us! From donations and fundraising ideas, to raising awareness, helping with a local group and even buying something from our shop, we'd love you to get involved.

Together we can help all those affected by the disease.

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Running a bladder cancer event?

Let us know if you are running an event, taking part in a fundraising challenge, holding a meeting or running a local support group. We can help with publicity. 


If you are from a company, please find out about how to work with us as a corporate partner.

If your school, or church or club or work place has been effected by bladder cancer, you may be looking for ways to bring your community together. Take a look at our charity of the year package.

If you are a healthcare professional, please signpost your patients to us. We can support you and your patients.

Buy something lovely in our shop

We have lots of awesome things in our shop that you can buy to help support our cause. Not only will your purchases raise funds for our work, our awareness goodies all help spread the word about bladder cancer.

Explore our shop here where you can buy ... T-shirts, wristbands, sports vests, pin badges and much more!


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We’ve tried to make the information on this site as accurate as possible. Whilst we have support from medical professionals to review the general medical content of this site, please remember that only your medical team can give you specific advice about your symptoms or illness. Fight Bladder Cancer is a registered Charitable Incorporated Organisation in Scotland (SC051881), England and Wales (1198773), and was initially established as an unincorporated charity in England and Wales (1157763). It also operates in Northern Ireland.