Isle of Man
Anti Cancer Association

1959 - 2019

Generating funds for cancer research

Raising awareness of signs and symptoms of cancer

Supporting those affected by cancer

News

Marking 60 Years!

A Diamond celebration event was held at Woodbourne House on 6th September. This was part of a number of activities throughout the year, celebrating 60 years in which the Association has raised and disbursed more than £22 million for the benefit of those on the… READ MORE

Floral Display at Noble’s Park to celebrate Anniversary

A big “Thank-You” to Douglas Borough Council, Parks Department for the beautiful floral display that they have created for us as we mark our 60th Anniversary of Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association… READ MORE

New Look for Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association

Celebrating 60 years of the Association has prompted a new look for our charity…… We have produced a fundraising pack to help our supporters with handy tips and advice for any event you would like to organise. Just contact Sandy on 252725 if you would… READ MORE

Castletown & Malew Garden Party raises funds

A fabulous £327 was raised by members of Castletown and Malew Branch who enjoyed the lovely July weather at a garden party…..  … READ MORE

Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association calls out for votes to bag a share of Tesco’s community fund…..

Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association are bidding to bag a massive cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative. Tesco teamed up with Groundwork to launch its community funding scheme, which sees grants of £4,000, £2,000 and £1,000 awarded to local community projects. Three… READ MORE

Government House Reception – Diamond Anniversary Celebrations!

Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association celebrated 60 years with a fabulous reception at Government House on 23rd May 2019. It was lovely to see so many Supporters as well as all our members, past and present. Port St Mary Branch           … READ MORE

Queens Award Recipients

Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association was presented with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service in 2009. Geoff Corkish and Carole Cowin from IOM Anti-Cancer Association are pictured with Sir Paul Haddacks and Lady Haddacks (the former Patron of the Association)… READ MORE