Our Speak Up Against Cancer programme raises awareness of cancer, giving people the confidence and tools, they need to attend screening appointments, recognise the signs and symptoms of cancer and to overcome barriers to getting help when it is needed.
Speak Up Against Cancer
We provide information sessions delivered by a team that includes volunteers who have survived cancer.
Volunteers share their personal experience of early detection of cancer, inspiring others to take notice of changes in their bodies and seek support.
Our current online and free cancer awareness support for businesses, groups and community organisations includes:
- Tailored presentations; delivered to groups of any size for up to an hour.
- Online Speak Up Against Cancer short talks; dropping into existing online group activity to deliver a short talk on cancer awareness.
- Community organisation staff and volunteer training; delivering cancer awareness talks to teams to raise awareness of screening programmes and cancer signs and symptoms to inform work with service users.
Funded by Brighton & Hove City Council Public Health and Brighton and Hove CCG, the programme is available at no cost to participants or host organisations.
To book an information session or presentation, please contact us by clicking below or call: 01273 878261.
Speak Up Against Cancer also has its own website, which can be found here.
Albion in the Community is committed to safeguarding and ensuring the protection of children, young people and adults. The charity accepts its responsibility for safeguarding and ensuring the welfare and wellbeing of all children, young people and adults who engage in our activities.
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