An update from World Cancer Research Fund

Despite the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we know that cancer doesn't stop, so neither will we

As a cancer charity, World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) know that cancer doesn't stop, so neither will we. However, the safety and health of our staff are paramount to be able to continue our vital cancer prevention and survival work, and due to the recent coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in the UK we have moved to remote working.

Please be advised that the charity remains operational and, because coronavirus (COVID-19) is particularly dangerous for people with weakened immunity, it's more important than ever that we continue our work for people living with cancer, as they are often vulnerable to infections when undergoing treatment. As such, we're still accepting donations. However, our reception is currently closed, if you have a query please call 020 7343 4205. We'll endeavour to answer your call but please do bear with us while we adjust to a new way of working.

Alternatively, please email or with any queries.

To stay up-to-date with WCRF’s response to COVID-19, you can follow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram. We'll be sharing tips on how to stay active during self-isolation and physical distancing, which will be important for both physical and mental wellbeing at this time.

We hope you and your loved ones remain safe during this time, and would like to say thank you to all our fundraisers and supporters for their dedication to cancer prevention and survival.