How is coronovirus affecting Pancreatic Cancer Action?
Will you help protect Pancreatic Cancer Action from the impact of coronavirus?
At this time of great concern for us all, we sincerely hope that you and your loved ones are in good health.
We want to let you know that we are still here for you. Our office may be closed but the PCA team is still working hard remotely and we will continue to support patients and their families during this time. You can find more information about this here.
We need your support
We understand that these are scary and uncertain times. As a charity we are facing the prospect that many of the events and activities we depend on to fund our vital work are being cancelled or postponed
Pancreatic Cancer Action rely on generous donations and amazing supporters taking part in events to help fund our early diagnosis research and awareness initiatives. These funds also help us provide free information for patients and carers at a frightening and bewildering time.
Today, 26 people will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and sadly, 24 people die. This is the heart-breaking reality of the disease and a powerful reminder that we need to continue to take action against pancreatic cancer, fight for early diagnosis and support patients and their families.
We have many exciting initiatives planned this year, but have had to postpone some of these due to the current environment. This is disappointing; however, people are still being diagnosed and dealing with pancreatic cancer and these people still need our help and support.
Here’s what you can do:
- Pyjamas for PanCan! – you can do this working from home too!
- Virtual running, cycling or walking challenge
- Facebook fundraising
We are here for you: Help and support for patients
Our booklets are free to order, and we will still be able to post these out. If you or someone you know is in need of these please get in touch or view online.
If you are worried about the virus or symptoms of pancreatic cancer, you can continue to phone us (0303 0404 1770) and speak with us via social media and e-mail (email@example.com).
We are also consistently updating our blog advice for patients about corona virus you can find it here.