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Robin Cancer Trust

The Robin Cancer Trust is the UK’s germ cell cancer community.

Our mission is to stop young adults dying from germ cell cancer — we do this by raising awareness of testicular and ovarian cancer through our life-saving cancer campaigns, engaging young adults with our digital education programmes and empowering the germ cell cancer community across the UK.

Our vision is to reach every young person in the UK with our life-saving cancer campaigns by 2024. Our two campaigns are #TalkingBollocks and #NotOvaryacting

The Robin Cancer Trust was founded in 2012 by the Freeman family following the untimely death of their son and brother, Robin Freeman, who died aged just 24 from a Mediastinal Germ Cell Tumour.

You can support us in a number of ways. From making a donation, volunteering, taking part in one of our events, fundraising in your own way or becoming an ambassador.




Instagram and Tik Tok: @rctcharity 

Twitter: @RCTcharity