The Robin Cancer Trust
Founder & Ceo
To stop young adults dying from germ cell cancer. We do this through online awareness campaigns, delivering life-saving educational programmes and offering mental health and wellbeing support for individuals and families affected by germ cell cancer.
Founded in 2012 following the untimely death of Robin Freeman, aged just 24, from germ cell cancer - The Robin Cancer Trust has grown into a multi-award winning charity that has reached millions of people online, hundreds of thousands at events across the country and tens of thousands of young adults through delivering educational talks.
COVID-19 has had a devastating effect on our income, with over 95% of our income lost for the foreseeable - alongside this, urgent cancer referrals have fallen 75% during the pandemic - our work is needed now more than ever.
We have pivoted to a digital-first strategy that puts our beneficiaries at the forefront of everything we do - but we need your help to achieve our goal of stopping young adults dying of testicular and ovarian cancers.
Please help us during this impossible time - thank you.