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Cost of Living Emergency Appeal

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£10 could go towards 15 minutes of support for a distressed patient or a member of their family.

£20 could go toward 30 minutes of telephone support.

£50 could go towards a winter fuel grant to help a patient keep their home warm.

A gift of £5 a month could go towards travel costs for vital follow up appointments.

A gift of £10 a month could go towards ensuring Anthony Nolan’s helpline is there for patients and families.

A gift of £15 a month could go towards funding our winter fuel grants.

No one should have to choose between heating, eating, and lifesaving treatment. Our winter fuel grants help ease the worry of household bills for people going through a stem cell transplant.

This is not just about the cost of living, but the cost of survival.

The grant will help tremendously. I am noticing a huge difference in my travel costs which is impacting other things in the household.

Anthony Nolan patient grant recipient

Emma's story

Emma, 41, found TESS invaluable for helping her deal with anxious thoughts around returning to work and attending her medical appointments when she was recovering from acute myeloid leukaemia.

Emma Leeming Tess patient before treatment
Emma before treatment

The support from my clinical health coach saved my life. I was able to get a different perspective and turn negative thoughts into positive ones.

Emma Leeming Tess patient after treatment
Emma after treatment

When someone is diagnosed with a form of blood cancer or a blood disorder they can be faced with a challenging journey of physical and emotional changes which can be overwhelming.

We can offer that safe space to talk, to process the difficult mix of emotions and to give strategies to support ongoing mental wellbeing and maintain important relationships. Something particularly important in this cost of living crisis.

Julia Hudson, Clinical Health Coach

We know times are tough for us all, but your support is still desperately needed.  If you can help, you’d be enabling us to continue our work. And that makes you a lifesaver.  

Thank you for your continued support. We couldn’t do this without you.