How do I get a littlelifts box?

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

Support a loved one with a box through our shop, where you will find a selection of gifts, each tailored to give a different well-being boost.

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

Through a littlelifts partnership hospital in East Anglia; 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
  • Colchester Hospital

Through Make2ndsCount; If you have a secondary breast cancer diagnosis and are receiving chemotherapy or radiotherapy treatment, you can apply for a littlelifts box thanks to kind support from Make2ndsCount. They offer a wide range of support and information for people affected by secondary breast cancer.

Through The little Kindness Fund; If you have a primary breast cancer diagnosis and are receiving chemotherapy or radiotherapy treatment in the UK, thanks to support from Spacemasks and Ansvar, you can apply for a littlelifts box.

Please note The little Kindness Fund is subject to funding.

**Festive Period: Applications submitted after 15th December will be reviewed week commencing 10th January**

Please be advised that we are a small team and it can take up to 14 working days for applications to be reviewed and 21 working days to process once an application has been approved. Please email [email protected] if you have any questions.

The little Kindness Fund is kindly supported by