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“You’ve made me feel worth something”

We know that little actions make a big difference

“You’ve made me feel worth something”

We know that little actions make a big difference

Our impact

We're spreading kindness with help from our incredible community.

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Little Lifts Boxes provided so far

Through our hospital partnerships and Little Kindness Fund, breast cancer patients receive a free Little Lifts Box during their treatment.

55,000 women and 350 men are diagnosed with breast cancer every year. Our aim is to reach them all. 

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Hospital Partnerships

 

Hospital partnerships mean that Little Lifts Boxes are automatically gifted to breast cancer patients. We reach hundreds of people in the East of England this way, every year.

As I listened to the list of side-effects I wasn’t sure I had the strength to deal with what was to come. My world had tilted on its axis and I felt scared. Until you’ve been in a deep dark hole you don’t realise you need some help, the Little Lifts Box made me feel that it was going to be possible. It is beautifully packed with quality items given at exactly the right time. It made me feel appreciated because someone knows what you are going through.”

Jill, 56
North Norfolk

The Little Lifts Box is a care package and so much more. Beneficiaries told us:

I feel ready for action

I feel solidarity

I feel really understood

I feel strong

I feel warmth

I feel considered

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age of people we support

We support all people diagnosed with breast cancer who face chemotherapy or radiotherapy as part of their treatment.

"Gestures like this take the edge off the trauma"

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would recommend Little Lifts

We know this because we ask beneficiaries to tell us on feedback forms and at focus groups.

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feel very supported or supported by their Little Lifts Box

We know this because we ask beneficiaries to tell us on feedback forms and at focus groups.

Beneficiary stories

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