IOM Anti-Cancer Association
About Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association
Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association is a registered Isle of Man charity established in 1959; consisting of a central policy committee, supported by a network of district branches.
Over the last five decades we have raised and distributed about £21million to various UK bodies and hospitals working in the field of cancer research.
We have also provided assistance to a number of local initiatives in conjunction with the Isle of Man Department of Health & Social Care.
- to provide funding for the purposes of cancer research and medical and scientific developments for all types of cancer
- to work with the Isle of Man Department of Health and other local bodies in the area of cancer screening and awareness campaigns
- to work with the Department of Health and other local bodies in the area of palliative care and the provision of additional facilities, comforts and amenities for cancer patients
Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association has eight Branches located across the Island:
- Castletown & Malew
- Douglas & Onchan
- Lonan & Laxey
- Marown & District
- Port Erin
- Port St Mary
For more information about your local Branch, please see the CCC events pages for Branch activities, or contact our Executive Officer on 07624 252725 or IOMAnticancer@gmail.com.
Our Central Policy Committee consists of the following officers, plus representatives of each Branch committee:
|President:||Mr Geoff Corkish MBE MLC|
|Chairman:||Mr Malcolm Clague MD FRCS JP|
|Vice Chairman:||Mike King|
|Executive Officer:||Sandy Denning|
Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association Leaflet
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Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association were presented with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service in 2009. Geoff Corkish and Carole Cowin from IOM Anti-Cancer Association are pictured with Sir Paul Haddacks and Lady Haddacks (the former Patron of the Association).
Cancer Awareness and Manx Radio
Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association have been given an opportunity by Manx Radio to do a monthly cancer awareness feature. This is on the first Thursday of the month, and is on the radio just after 10.30pm as part of ‘The Late Show’. Tune in to find out more, or if you’ve missed the feature or would like to listen again, please see our cancer awareness feature page.
Please remember, if you are concerned about any possible symptoms of cancer, please contact your GP to discuss this. It is always better to talk about your concerns with your doctor sooner rather than later.
Each Branch of Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association holds a range of different fundraising events throughout the year.
For details of fundraising events we have coming up, please visit the CCC events page.
Making a donation
- post donations to our Treasurer; Mr Howard Pilley, 38 Baldrine Park, Baldrine, IM4 6DB
- contact our Executive Officer, Sandy Denning as per details below.
Also, if you would like to get involved in organising a fundraising event for Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association, please contact us at 07624 252725 or IOMAnticancer@gmail.com.
Support from the MCISS
We hope you find the information that you need. If there is anything you can’t find, please contact the Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Service (MCISS).
They can be found at the Main Entrance to Noble’s Hospital in Douglas, and are open Monday to Friday, 9am to 4:30pm. You can contact them by phone on 01624 650735 or email them.