We are the UK's only germ cell cancer awareness charity - and since 2012, we have reached more than 10 million people online, with a social following of over 50,000, directly reaching more than 135,000 people at events across the UK.
Through attending events, using the power of social media and delivering life-saving awareness talks, we raise awareness of testicular and ovarian cancers in young adults. Our dedicated campaigns highlight the importance of early detection, promote awareness of the signs and symptoms and tackle the ’embarrassment factor’ in young men and women.
The Robin Cancer Trust was founded in 2012 by the Freeman family following the untimely death of their son and brother, Robin Freeman, aged just 24. We want to prevent another family from going through what we did.
Your donations fund our life-saving cancer awareness campaigns - so whether you’re running a marathon, braving the shave or dressing down on a Friday afternoon – set up an individual or team fundraising page and share the good news with your friends, family and colleagues! Together we can raise awareness, reduce embarrassment & save lives!