You can find out more about Cancer Is A Drag by watching our fantastic new video with Alan Bugg, Founder of the charity.
Kindly created for us by our dear friends at The Edge Picture Company http://www.edgepicture.com/
This is available to buy NOW on CD for £5 (excludes postage), simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
It will also be available to download on iTunes from December 18th. Watch the pop-drag video to ‘Christmas Time With You’ here on our new YouTube channel here
We Wish You All ‘A Very Merry Christmas & Happy New Year’ and look forward to your continued support. With love, Alan Bugg (Founder).
Cancer is a Drag’s aim is to help as many people living with cancer as possible, inclusive of partners, family and friends, to overcome the difficulties they face on a day-to-day basis – by providing financial support where it is most needed, freeing up our beneficiaries and their families to deal with the disease and its treatments – to stop cancer being any more of a drag than it already is.
Cancer is a Drag’s Founder met Donna whilst attending several appointments at The Supportive Therapy Unit at King’s College Hospital. We got to know her story and the struggles she was experiencing, on top of her cancer treatment when she contacted us at the charity for support because her washing machine had broken down and she was really struggling to pay her bills with the money she had.
We love an event at Cancer is a Drag. We get to have a lot of fun and raise money for a good cause. So why not come along and see for yourself.
If you’re a manager of a bar or would like to host a Cancer is a Drag event, we’d love to hear from you. You can email us at email@example.com for more information.
In September 2010 a good friend of mine Alan Bugg was diagnosed with the Big C (Non- Hodgkin’s Lymphoma) and whilst receiving treatment he said to me that he was thinking of starting up a charity. He was struggling financially and wanted to help others who were living with cancer, not able to work and experiencing the same problems. He said he wanted to call the charity Cancer is a Drag and I felt honoured when he then asked if I would design a logo for it.
My main goal for the logo was for it to look like the Awareness Ribbon that is used by different charities and I was adamant about this because it is such a well-recognised symbol throughout the world – but I wanted it to have an original twist…
Thank you so much to Cancer is a Drag for the generous sponsoring of my walk in memory of my gorgeous friend Penny and in support of the Martlet’s Hospice in Hove. Love you guys xoxoMarcia
….our son Timmy is in remission from Ewing’s sarcoma , we got the news Monday, he still has 6 cycles of chemo to endure. At 8 years old, he is our inspiration. He was thrilled with a Christmas present from you…..Maggie & little Timmy’s family
It was good to have met Alan Bugg from Cancer is a Drag yesterday and for Donna to give him the money that we have raised. It’s not a lot and she wanted to do more – she wanted to jump out of a plane for the charity but sadly time is no longer on her side. Thanks again xxDawn