So, this post is a bit different from the usual content, but I think it is one that is super important. ‘Hope For Tomorrow’ is a cancer care charity who are changing the way that cancer care is delivered. They bring cancer care closer to patients’ home via Mobile Cancer Care Units (MCCUs) and have so far provided 14,147 treatments in 2018 across 34 locations working in partnership with NHS Trusts.

I was so pleased when the charity contacted me asking to raise awareness for them, having had people close to me suffering from cancer, I really hope I can use my platform to increase understanding of the amazing work this charity carries out.

In 2007 they launched the worlds first ever Mobile Cancer Care Unit (MCCUs) to bring vital cancer care closer to patients, enabling them to spend more time with family, friends and loved ones. By being closer, the MCCUs alleviate the stresses and strains of travelling for appointments along with reducing hospital waiting time. Making vital care accessible to those who need it.

The charity have won awards for business success and innovation for their work. In addition, they would love YOU to help them by buying a handbag (seems like a good deal to me!). They are currently selling a luxury Smythson handbag thats been kindly donated by a patron. It’s such a gorgeous bag, and by owning it, you can help raise money for such a worthy cause.

You can take a look at the bag here:


The units are currently based in;

  • Cornwall
  • Essex
  • Gloucestershire
  • Kent
  • Lincolnshire
  • London
  • Somerset
  • Suffolk
  • Wiltshire
  • Yorkshire

And you can find out more about the charity on their platforms on their website here. It would mean a lot if you could share this to your platform – lets help increase the mobility of care that is so needed.


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