What we do

We’re the UK’s leading blood cancer research charity.

Everything we do is focussed on improving the lives of everyone affected by blood cancer, the fifth most common cancer in the UK. We want to bring forward the day when every single person affected by blood cancer is able to live a full life.


Two researchers looking into microscopes in a lab

We fund research to improve treatment and care for people living with all types of blood cancer, including leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma.

We currently have over £84m committed across 161 research projects around the UK, all of which are enabling researchers to make findings that improve outcomes for people affected.

Find out more about our research

Information and support

A doctor talking to a patient

We provide everyone affected by blood cancer with information they can trust, in language they can understand.

Through our information and support services, we empower and connect people affected by blood cancer so that they can live their life to the full.

View our information and support

Campaigning for better care

The Houses of Parliament

We are the voice of the 240,000 people in the UK with blood cancer at senior levels of Government, Parliament and the NHS.

Too often, care and treatment for people with blood cancer is not good enough. We’re campaigning to change that.

Find out more about our campaigning

Working together

We’re able to provide the greatest impact when we give a platform to people affected by cancer, the researchers and health professionals who dedicate their lives to improving health care, and the ordinary people who do extraordinary things to support our work.

We also know we won’t beat blood cancer on our own. We work with other charities and the research community, because we believe it is only through working as part of a wider movement that we stand the best chance of bringing forward the day when everyone with blood cancer gets to live a long and full life.