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I want to thank the Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust for the Rehab sessions to help me back on my feet. They've been such a great help and a real asset to have on my side.

Tegan Hollier

I’ve been back at work now for two months and just gone full time again. I don’t think I would be back working full time at this point if it wasn’t for the pinc and steel rehabilitation sessions paid for by Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust.

Myles O'Donnell

This is a long overdue email to say a heartfelt “Thank You” to Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust for funding four PINC sessions for me. After five sessions with a PINC physio, it has completely turned my life around.

Marjon Greenwood

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Charity Achievements

Key Milestones reached by Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust team.


Dollars distributed to help fund vital research and providing better patient outcomes


Bowel cancer survivors rehabilitated after gruelling treatment helping to reduce cancer re-occurrence


Bowel screening kits provided to Kiwi’s who do not qualify for free public screening to detect bowel cancer early


Loving families kept together for longer with help for immunotherapy treatments that help reduce tumours