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Charitable Partners

We thank everyone who supports the Beatson through a wide range of fundraising efforts.

Our main charity partners without whom many of the features in the new Beatson would not have been possible are listed below.

Beatson Cancer Charity Beatson Cancer Charity supports people affected by cancer, every step of the way. We make the...

Beatson Cancer Charity

Beatson Cancer Charity supports people affected by cancer, every step of the way. We make the journey easier by transforming the way cancer care is funded and delivered. We provide services, as well as funding specialists, research and education to invest in a better future for cancer patients and their families.

From the hospital wards, right to the heart of the communities that The Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre serves, we believe everyone should experience cancer with care, with love and with hope. We are with our patients and their families for every step of the journey.

By working within NHS environments, Beatson Cancer Charity is ideally placed to understand the needs of patients and staff. We respond by providing services and funding that enhance and strengthen NHS care and enable patients and their families to be helped swiftly and compassionately. At the same time our independence as a charity allows us to develop and extend our services further into the heart of Scottish communities to support more people with cancer before, during and after treatment.

Amongst patients and the wider community, we are best known for our award-winning Wellbeing Centre and specialist support at The Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre and across hospitals in five health boards. While clinical and research professionals recognise us for our ongoing commitment to more effective cancer services, funding additional specialist staff and supporting cutting-edge cancer research and education.

All our work is made possible by our supporters. It is their generosity which allows Beatson Cancer Charity to deliver an innovative and patient-focused approach to cancer care and change the lives of those affected by the disease every day.

The Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre
Beatson Cancer Charity
1053 Great Western Road
Glasgow
G12 0YN

Telephone: 0141 212 0505

For donations visit: www.beatsoncancercharity.org

Cancer Research UK has significantly enhanced the number of staffing for the Clinical Research Unit to be based at th...

Cancer Research UK has significantly enhanced the number of staffing for the Clinical Research Unit to be based at the New Beatson. Nine staff have been appointed.

For any queries about our scientific research and fundraising activities in the northern region, please contact the following office:

Cancer Research UK–Northern region
Unit 1, Quality Court
3a Quality Street
Edinburgh
EH4 5BP
Tel: 0131 310 4360
Fax: 0131 310 4361

For donations visit www.cancerresearchuk.org

MacMillan Cancer Support improves the lives of people affected by cancer. It provides practical, medical, emotional a...

MacMillan Cancer Support improves the lives of people affected by cancer. It provides practical, medical, emotional and financial support and pushes  for better cancer care.

Macmillan paid for the project’s Art Coordinator, Jane Kelly. Jane is internationally renowned for her work in the enhancement of healthcare facilities through art and was responsible for the decor of the new centre. The charity has so far raised more than £1.1m to make the day chemo unit especially nice and relaxing for patients; including installing mood lighting, as well as working to enhance the decor in other areas.

For general enquiries about Macmillan, call Scotland Office on 0131 3465346, or UK Office main switchboard on 020 7840 7840.

For donations visit www.macmillan.org.uk

In 2005 The Robertson Trust made a generous donation of more than £400,000.  The Robertson Trust is a Glasgow-based c...

In 2005 The Robertson Trust made a generous donation of more than £400,000.  The Robertson Trust is a Glasgow-based charity set up by the Robertson sisters and it receives its income from profits from the whisky sales of The Edrington Group.  It supports charitable work in Glasgow, across Scotland and internationally.

For more information visit www.therobertsontrust.org.uk

The Teenage Cancer Trust is a national charity focusing on the needs of young adults with cancer.  They provide speci...

The Teenage Cancer Trust is a national charity focusing on the needs of young adults with cancer.  They provide specialist teenage units in NHS hospitals, which are created with the help of the teenage cancer patients themselves.

The Trust has built a number of units across the UK including in London (two sites), Leeds, Liverpool, Birmingham, Sheffield, Newcastle and Manchester and was involved in the creation of the six-bed £1million Teen Cancer Unit at the new Beatson.

Teenage Cancer Trust, 38 Warren Street, London W11 6AE

Telephone:0207 3871000

Fax: 020 7387 6000

For donations visit www.teenagecancertrust.org

The Trades House of Glasgow was established in February 1605 as a federal union of 14 crafts.  Today, the Trades Hous...

The Trades House of Glasgow was established in February 1605 as a federal union of 14 crafts.  Today, the Trades House has more than 7000 members and raises more than £50,000 per year for good causes.

To date, the organisation has raised £50,000 for the Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre. This has helped to enhance the patient courtyard in the new cancer centre and will provide  peaceful and pleasant outdoor environments for our patients.

Administration Centre
North Gallery - Trades Hall
85 Glassford Street
Glasgow G1 1UH
Tel: 0141 553 1605
Fax: 0141 553 1233

For donations visit www.tradeshouse.org.uk

Last Updated: 02 December 2019