How do I get a littlelifts box?

Support a loved one with a box

If you are looking to support a loved one going through breast cancer treatment then head to our shop where you can choose from a selection of gifts tailored to give a different wellbeing boost.

If you are going through breast cancer treatment, there are a number of ways you can get a littlelifts box: 

If you are receiving chemotherapy or radiotherapy treatment for primary or secondary breast cancer at one of the following hospitals, then you will automatically receive a littlelifts box via your medical team:

  • Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital
  • James Paget University Hospital
  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital (King’s Lynn)
  • Ipswich Hospital
  • West Suffolk Hospital

 

The littlelifts & Make 2nds Count partnership 

If you are undergoing treatment for secondary breast cancer and you live outside Norfolk & Suffolk then you can apply for a littlelifts box thanks to the kind support from Make2ndsCount. 

Make 2nds Count offer a range of support and information for people affected by secondary breast cancer.

 

The little kindness fund 

Thanks to support from Spacemasks we are able to offer women and men currently going through primary or secondary breast cancer treatment across England & Wales the opportunity to apply for a littlelifts box. 

Packed with love, a littlelifts box is full of mood-boosting goodies and practical products to support women and men currently undergoing active chemotherapy (IV/oral/immuno) or radiotherapy treatment for primary or secondary breast cancer.

If you’d like to receive your own littlelifts box please complete the form below.

Please note The little Kindness Fund is subject to funding.

Please be advised that we are a small team and, due to the current times, applications can take up to 21 days to review and 14 days to process once application has been accepted. Please email [email protected] if you have questions or need assistance filling out this form.

The little Kindness Fund has been kindly supported by