Cancer Research Contact Numbers
|Cancer Research||Phone Number|
|Head Office||0843 208 1743|
|Cancer Research Complaints||0843 208 1743|
|Customer Services||0843 208 1743|
Cancer Research Phone Line Opening Hours
|Head Office Customer Service||Monday – Friday: 8am – 6pm|
Cancer Research Head Office Address
|Head Office||407 St John Street, London EC1V|
Reasons to call the Cancer Research Head Office
- I am interested in fundraising for Cancer Research
- I have raised money for Cancer Research and would like to know where to send it
- I would like to complain to Cancer Research
- I have spotted a mistake on the Cancer Research website
- I want to know how to go about fundraising for Cancer Research
- I would like to apply for a job at Cancer Research
- I would like more information about careers at Cancer Research
- I would like more information about what my money will be going towards
- I am interested in becoming a Cancer Research Ambassador
- I would like to volunteer for Cancer Research
Cancer Research UK
If you head to the Cancer Research website, you can find lots of information about what Cancer Research UK does as a charity and previous and future fundraising events that you can get involved in yourself. If you want to know what the money Cancer Research raises goes towards, you can look at all the new treatments and progression the research is discovering, as well as seeing just how your support helps and the amazing work that Cancer Research continues to do. The work of cancer research is essential in developing cures for cancer. Because Cancer Research receives no government funding, your money could go towards a wide range of extremely important things such as opening a new research lab or buying glass to help analyse cells, all of which have significant importance in the research process. You can also donate unwanted goods to Cancer Research UK, you can often find their donation bins in supermarket car parks, or sometimes you might receive a bin bag through the door which you can leave out for collection. By donating unwanted goods, you will help fund clinical trials, which are essential in ensuring that drugs are delivered to patients as soon and as quickly as possible. If you feel strongly about a particular issue or want to become more involved in the work of Cancer Research, you can use their website to become an ambassador. Last year, Cancer Research UK had great success in gaining Government contributions towards radiotherapy treatments. If you want to get involved in work such as this either follow the instructions to become an ambassador on the Cancer Research website, or call the contact number. There are also opportunities to volunteer for Cancer Research UK. Cancer research UK has a main ethos of beating cancer sooner, and you can find out exactly what is going on with the development of cancer by browsing the latest cancer news from their website. If you are having trouble finding a specific article online, then please call the head office contact number.
Cancer Research Jobs
There is a wide range of information available on the Cancer Research UK home page about the latest careers and vacancies available at Cancer Research. With Cancer research currently employing 3,500 people, they are always on the look out for people to join them in the fight against cancer. You can find lots of information plus accounts from current and previous workers about life at Cancer Research. You can browse through all of the available vacancies or use the filters to narrow down the search to suit your experience and the area that you live in. If you have found a suitable position and have applied, you will be informed of the progress of your application via email, if you are shortlisted, you will be informed. Please note that there is a large volume of applications submitted to Cancer Research UK and so your patience with progression and response is appreciated. However, if you have submitted your application and do not hear back within a month, you can call the Cancer Research head office to see the outcome of your application. If you have checked the website and have no available roles to suit you, you can quickly sign up to alerts which will email you if a position comes up which may be of interest.
Cancer Research Shop
Cancer Research UK has an online shop from which you can buy everything from clothing, accessories and Christmas Cards. All proceeds made from the Cancer research online shop will go towards the progression of the charity. Stand up to Cancer merchandise is also sold here. There is also a range of popular wedding favours available to purchase. All orders over £25 will have free Standard UK delivery which will take around 5 days to arrive. If you spend less than £25 you can pay for standard delivery at £3.95. There is also an express delivery service available if you would like your items delivered within 2 working days. This costs £6.95. If you are having any issues with your items not being delivered on time, please call the head office contact number. If you find you have received an item that is not up to standard or not what you expected, then you can return your item for a full refund in 30 days. The address for returns is:
Cancer Research UK Trading Limited
Cancer Research Graduate Scheme
If you are currently in university or have graduated within the last two years, you can apply to the Cancer Research Graduate Scheme. There is endless information online about the scheme including the requirements to gain a place. There is not just one scheme available, but a range of schemes to suit different people, and it really is a great opportunity to join Cancer Research in helping to beat Cancer sooner. If you are struggling with the application process, then you can call the head office contact number for help and guidance. There is, however, a step by step guide available on the website which also enables you to test your eligibility to apply.
About Cancer Research
Cancer Research UK is a charity that works towards finding cures and treatments for cancer, by raising money to fund the research. The charity was formed on the 2nd February 2002 and has one main aim – to reduce the number of people that contract and die from cancer. They are now known as the world’s largest independent cancer research charity. As well as fundraising, they also raise awareness and provide information about cancer as a disease. To run, the charity almost completely relies on the public and their donations. Before Cancer Research UK was founded, there was the Imperial Cancer Research Fund which was founded in 1902 and The British Empire Cancer Campaign which established in 1923. In 2002 they merged together to form the Cancer Research UK that we have today.