We rely almost entirely on the help of our amazing supporters to keep our service going. There are so many ways you can get involved. 

Fundraising is for everyone, from all walks of life and whatever age. Whether you're a Company, School, Community group or Individual we can support you. We can help organise UK and overseas Treks, Cycle Challenges and Runs or, if you're an adrenalin seeker, why not challenge yourself to Skydive and freefall 10.000ft from a plane. If high adrenalin activities aren't for you then why not Organise Your Own Event and just invite a few friends or host a Chari-tea and make it your own at a time and place to suit you.

A great way to support us is to mention us at your place of work or get your local church, community group or sports club involved. Just nominate us to them and we can do the rest. You will have helped create vital funds and much needed awareness in your community.

If you want to help make a difference but just haven't got the time you can make a one-off or regular donation or why not choose to leave a gift in your will. You can Sponsor a Day at the Centre - choose your day which could be a day that is special to you. You would be most welcome to visit us.

Whether you need fundraising ideas, fundraising materials, advice and guidance or help with publicity we're here to help you.  There are even more ways to fundraise without it costing you a penny.

If you are interested in supporting our Centre please contact our This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us on 020 8668 0974 for an informal chat.  

Get involved with our October Awareness Month here!


We would be delighted to work with your company, big or small. Whether you want to engage staff in volunteer work or increase brand awareness, we want to work with you to ensure that our relationship communicates a positive community atmosphere within your company and beyond.

Our Charity of the Year initiative will not only help raise much-needed funds but also motivate your staff, improve morale and strengthen your teams.

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There are many ways you can make a donation.

  • You can make a one-off donation or a set up a monthly direct debit by clicking on the buttons above.
  • You can send a cheque, payable to SECHC, to SECHC, (Tesco Development), 2 Purley Road, Purley, CR8 2HA
  • You can pay using your debit or credit card over the telephone by calling on 020 8668 0974.
  • You can make a bank tranfer - see details below.

Lloyds Bank
Account Number:  01787693
Sort Code:  30 - 91 - 72
Reference:  Your name or event &/or campaign name.

If you are a UK tax payer,  please remember to complete a  gift aid form and return to SECHC by email or post.  We can claim a further 25%, of the amount you have donated, via HMRC. Our Registered Charity Number is 1011509.

There are lots of ways you can support our fundraising team.  If you have a couple of hours to spare and would like to make a difference please get in touch.  Here are some ways you can get involved.

Leaving a gift in your Will is a valuable and lasting way to support the work we do and make sure that we’re still able to support anyone affected by cancer in years to come.

We understand that your family and loved ones must always come first. But after you have provided for them, leaving a percentage of what's left to South East Cancer Help Centre Ltd is a wonderful way to help care for others who will need support in the future.

By discussing your intentions with your loved ones, they will understand that leaving a gift in your Will is something that's important to you. They may feel proud of your decision, as many families do.

Creating or amending a Will to include a gift to South East Cancer Help Centre Ltd is an important decision, but it doesn’t have to be complicated.

We’ve provided some simple advice below.

Finding a solicitor

You can find a solicitor through the Law Society: choose “Wills, Probate and Trust” from under the “Your Legal Issue” menu.

There’s also The Society of Will Writers: https://www.willwriters.com/find-a-will-writer/

Creating a new Will

We recommend that you should talk to a solicitor when you make a Will, to make sure your wishes are carried out exactly as you’d like. You should also appoint an executor – someone who is responsible for administering your estate. There should normally be two executors and this can be a professional executor such as your solicitor and a family member as the other executor.

Changing or updating an existing Will

If you already have a Will, you can simply update it by adding some special wording to your Will. This is called a codicil. It’s a good idea to review your Will when circumstances change to check that it still reflects your wishes. However, nowadays it is just as easy to contact your solicitor and update your current one.

See our suggested wording for your will section.

Details you will need to give your solicitor

South East Cancer Help Centre Limited
2 Purley Road, (Tesco Development), Purley, Surrey, CR8 2HA

Registered Charity Number 1011509

Coping with bereavement and helping your family after your death.

We offer bereavement counselling to our Members. Please call on 020 8668 0974 or Contact us to discuss how we can help. There are several sites providing useful information about local end of life care, funeral planning and legal advice and bereavement support, based on postcode searches:

The National Association of Funeral Directors represents larger funeral directors, and has a searchable directory here https://nafd.org.uk/funeral-advice/find-a-member/ 

The Society of Allied and Independent Funeral Directors represents smaller and independent funeral directors, and you can search for one near you here https://saif.org.uk/members-search/ We recommend using a funeral director that is a member of one or the other of these organisations.

Informations for Executors

Please Contact us for any information you may require. 



A Gift in Memory is a poignant and meaningful way to honour the memory of a friend or relative. Many people now prefer to make a donation to a worthy cause instead of sending flowers for a funeral.

An In Memoriam gift gives us the chance to go on supporting people living with cancer and their families, both now and into the future.

Plan your event

Before you start planning your event, you need to decide what type of fundraiser you would like to do.

You need to decide:

- When you would like to host your event. This is crucial to deciding what type of fundraiser you will host.

- What your budget is and how much would you like to raise.

- Who are you going to invite. It is important to target the right audience for your event. - How are you going to achieve the results you are aiming for?  Is the event viable?

There are lots of ways you can get involved with fundraising whether you're an individual, school, company or community group we can help you with ideas and support you all the way.

We are always looking for more ways to fundraise.  If you hear of any exciting new fundraising initiatives please let us know.
Here are a few more ways you can help raise funds.