Why support our work? I would like WCRF’s work to continue to expand so that their cancer prevention messages reach more people. That’s why I’ve left a gift to WCRF in my Will. I know I’m helping future generations. – Barbara Knowles Your support will do amazing things to prevent cancer, helping thousands of people every year to live cancer free lives. Our supporters are our lifeline... we simply could not do this without people like you. Why cancer prevention? Cancer currently affects one in two people in the UK. But thanks to our ground-breaking cancer prevention research, we know that about a third of the most common cancer cases could be prevented through eating a healthy diet, being physically active and maintaining a healthy weight. That’s around 80,000 of us every year who would never have to go through the devastation of a cancer diagnosis. Help us to end the heartache and prevent cancer. Please start supporting us today. You can help us end preventable cancer You can choose to donate regularly, make a one-off donation, take part in an event, fundraise in your local area or leave a gift in your Will. You will be helping to fund our innovative cancer prevention research and build a future free from preventable cancers. We receive no government funding, so your support is vital to help us to continue to fund scientific research into how we can all reduce our cancer risk. When you make a donation to prevent cancer you will… Take our research further, funding scientists studying the impact of lifestyle on cancer prevention Reduce the number of people affected by cancer Help us to reach more people with our expert advice and recommendations for preventing cancer Help us to advocate for healthier environments and provide a healthier future for us all Supporters like you Barbara Knowles supports our innovative research with a regular monthly donation. She believes that together we can stop preventable cancers and save millions of people from going through the suffering that this disease causes. Barbara became aware of our work after losing both parents, and a number of friends and relatives to cancer. A story that is far too familiar to us all. Read Barbara’s story and find out more about our other amazing fundraisers, supporters and volunteers.