Scottish Cancer Support

Scottish Cancer Support

Charity information

Scottish Cancer Support

Scottish Cancer Support was started in 2002 by Joan Galbraith. Our aim is simple, to help children, men and women who are sadly diagnosed with cancer. We are determined to help as much as possible.

Founded 2002

  • Mission statement

    Scottish Cancer Support offers practical and financial aid to cancer sufferers in Scotland.
    Prime areas of focus:
    24/7 Patient Transport to and from hospitals for cancer sufferers.

    Respite holidays for cancer sufferers and their families at one of our three sited static caravans.

    We help with house hold items- bedding etc

    Practical and financial aid for the bereaved as a result of death caused by cancer.

  • Aims

    Scottish Cancer Support aims to:

    • To improve our patient transport service. We only have the one driver. We dont receive any government funding we solely rely on donations, one day we will be able to afford many more.
    • We have many aims, but the most important is to help as many cancer patients as possible. We hope to keep the charity going and we will be a success.
    • The first is to help cancer patients as much as possible.
  • Overview

    Established: January 2002

    Phone number: 01560 321875

    Address: 29B Brown Street, Newmilns, East Ayrshire, KA16 9AD

    View charity accounts on the Scottish Charity Commission website
  • Project Caravan 2011

    Scottish Cancer Support sends cancer sufferers on respite holidays to our two existing sta... More