The Trust aims to be open to everyone who is looking for support, and for some, that isn’t a one-and-done thing.
As young people feel more accepted, independent and optimistic, that might take place across their teenage years or into young adulthood.
First up, 17-year-old Libby tells us about having been supported by the Trust since she was 10. She talks about why she keeps coming back and how her adventures with the Trust continue to provide her with what it is she needs and is looking for.
Then Lucy, the Trust's Lead Return Trips Coordinator, gives an overview of why people come back, what the difference is between first time and return trips, what next year’s new trips look like, and why young people not coming back is also fine too.
Living through and beyond cancer takes time, changes shape, requires different things, and is completely unique to everyone. We want to be there for when we’re needed, and what young people need is different year on year.