Become a Media Volunteer

Sharing your experience with the press means we can raise awareness of the disease with lots of people who may not have heard of pancreatic cancer before and could help save lives.

Our PCA media volunteers are a group of people who have been affected by pancreatic cancer and have volunteered to raise awareness of the disease by speaking to the media if an opportunity arises.

What does it involve?

If a media opportunity arises in your local area – for example a local paper or TV/radio station is interested in covering a story on pancreatic cancer – we will get in touch to see if you would like to share your story.

Alternatively, if you agree we can approach the local press with your story

We can either contact you via e-mail, phone or you can become part of our PCA Story Sharers Facebook group and meet others from all over the UK who also share their story.

We will never give out your contact details to anyone without your express consent.

Do I always have to say yes?

You are never under any obligation to say yes! If we contact you with an opportunity and you are unavailable or not having a good day then that is absolutely fine. You can also be asked to be removed from our contact list at any time.

How do I become a PCA Media Volunteer?

Fill in the form below and we will be in touch with you as soon as possible to chat about how you want to be involved. 💜

About you and the story you want to share:

Your Details





Please provide the email address you usually use to contact us








Your Story

How would you like to share your story?

Please tell us your story, in your own words.  In particular try to include:

Your experience of pancreatic cancer
The symptoms
How you feel/felt
Your advice to others


How we will use your information

We will use the information you provide here to understand your story and how you would like to share it.  We will only share your story with your express consent and you will always be asked to review it before we share it.  


Some of the information you provide is sensitive health information.  Please confirm that you or the person the details relate to, consent to us holding and using them to raise awareness.  

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