You can hang a star, place the tree topper or leave a present under the charity’s Christmas tree by clicking here. Simply choose a special object of your choice and dedicate it to someone special. This could be someone living with, or who has sadly passed away from lung cancer. There is no limit on what you can donate, all we ask is that give as you generously as you can.
For the first year ever, you can dedicate a colourful star. We want our tree to be filled with colour to send a hopeful message to people everywhere that lung cancer can and will be beaten.
Upon checkout, you can also send an e-card to a loved one, friend or neighbour, letting them know how you’ve chosen to remember someone close to their heart this Christmas.
Should you require any assistance dedicating a special object, please contact our fundraising team on 0333 323 7200
Can you help us place our special tree topper?
Every year since the online Christmas appeal began, the tree topper has been kindly donated by supporters and patients alike. You can read the message left by a lung cancer patient on last year’s tree by clicking here
It would be amazing if you could help us complete our tree again this year in support of lung cancer patients everywhere. As you know, lung cancer can be a terrible, cruel disease – often patients will be diagnosed at a very late stage when there is no possibility of curative treatment. Lung cancer can be beaten in our lifetime, but we need your help to achieve that.
Setting up your very own tree is very quick and easy and is a lovely way to bring people together over the festive season. You can share a link to your tree on social media, via email or WhatsApp, giving everyone the chance to be involved, no matter where they are in the world.
Should you have any questions about creating your tree, please call 0333 323 7200
This December we will be hosting two Celebrate a Life at Christmas concerts in some of the UK’s most iconic venues- St George’s Hall, Liverpool and Glasgow City Chambers. Our Celebrate a Life at Christmas concerts are a lovely way to get in to the festive spirit whilst raising vital funds to beat lung cancer. Everyone is welcome.
Hundreds of supporters will gather at St George's Hall on Sunday 16th December to honour their loved ones this Christmas. Ther service, hosted by ITV's Andy Bonner, will see supporters standing shoulder to shoulder with all those affected by lung cancer. Readings will be given along with performances from Liverpool's Philharmonic Gospel Choir, Singing Our Socks Off choir and a solo performance from Danielle Flynn. Doors open at 12.45, concert starts at 1.30pm.
Held in Glasgow's City Chambers on Saturday 15th December, this concert is for people to honour their loved ones this Christmas.Glasgow's Lord Provost is hosting this event on behalf of the charity. The celebration is hosted by John Nicolson, journalist and politician. Music will be provided by the Govan Salvation Army band and Stepps Songsters, and we will be joined by advocate Joe Crofts and Duncan MacKenzie who will contribute to the celebration for those living with, or remembering someone, affected by lung cancer. Tickets are limited and must be booked in advance. Doors open at 12.15, concert starts at 1pm.
To order tickets, simply scroll down and complete the form below. We don’t charge for tickets, all we ask is for a donation to the appeal. The minimum donation we ask for is £5, but please feel free to donate as much as you wish.
You can also request tickets by calling 0333 323 7200