a month could help run a support group so that people are able to talk with others going through a similar experience.
a month could help provide guidance to someone who may be experiencing financial worries.
a month could help towards providing a counselling session for someone who needs emotional support.
a month could pay towards registering a person and providing tailor-made, personalised one-to-one support.o access our services.
a month could provide a course of complementary therapies for someone undergoing chemotherapy.
It costs to keep our doors open for a day.

Regular Giving

Regular gifts are incredibly valuable to The Mulberry Centre as they allow us to plan our care and support for those affected by cancer, offering practical ways of enhancing physical and psychological wellbeing.

Since opening in 2001, we have supported over 15,000 people.

The number of people registered for services provided by The Mulberry Centre increased from 5,036 to 5722 during the year (an increase of 14%, which was double the increase of the previous year).

Regular Gifts allow us to carry on doing what we do.  We are an independent charity, and we rely on grants and local fundraising to plan our work effectively and to develop our services. This year we need to raise over £600,000 to keep our services free.

Whatever your donation large or small it is important to us and will go direct to supporting those who need it most today and for years to come.

You can set up a safe and secure regular giving donation either online, by post using our standing order  form or by coming in to see us.

Standing order form

Why Giving Monthly Matters

Due to the generous support of our donors, we delivered 4701 support sessions.

881 – welcome sessions, emotional/financial & other support

1533 – one-to-one counselling & coaching sessions

400 – Palliative care and touch therapy

285 – support groups

874 – one-to-one complementary therapy sessions

396 – wellbeing classes

167 – workshops

165 – social & creative activities

In the last 21 years, we have cared for over 15,000 people affected by cancer. Together we can continue to help patients, carers and those affected by cancer in your local area.