Look Good Feel Better and York Against Cancer Join Forces to Empower Cancer Patients across Yorkshire
In a heartwarming collaboration aimed at spreading hope and boosting the spirits of those battling cancer, Look Good Feel Better has partnered with the local charity, York Against Cancer. Together, they have unveiled a series of group workshops that provide support for cancer patients in the beautiful city of York.
Hosted at the esteemed Leveson Centre, located at the York Community Stadium, these workshops bring together a dedicated team of industry professionals, all volunteers, who specialise in helping individuals navigate the challenges that cancer treatment can bring. From skincare tips to expert advice on managing changes to eyebrows, eyelashes, hair, and nails, these workshops go beyond skin deep. They are about rejuvenating self-esteem and forging lasting connections with others who understand the journey.
These invaluable workshops are open to anyone currently undergoing cancer treatment and are free to attend.
The Leveson Centre, York’s exclusive cancer support centre, stands as a testament to the city’s unwavering commitment to those affected by cancer. Managed and fully funded by York Against Cancer, it offers a wide array of services, from soothing complementary therapies to essential psychology support, from welcoming group coffee mornings to the uplifting harmonies of a wellbeing choir. The vision is simple yet profound: to touch as many lives as possible across the region, leaving no one to face cancer alone.
The introduction of Look Good Feel Better workshops marks the latest addition to this remarkable lineup of services.
Sarah Emerson, Regional Manager North at Look Good Feel Better, expresses her excitement about this partnership:
“We are thrilled to be collaborating with York Against Cancer to extend our cancer support services to this wonderful community. Our workshop slots for the upcoming months are filling up fast, and we extend a warm invitation to anyone currently battling cancer or in recovery to be a part of this transformative experience. Together, we’ll empower you to look good and, most importantly, feel better.”
It’s important to note that Look Good Feel Better, renowned for its nationwide workshops, relies solely on voluntary donations and receives no government funding. It costs £50 to provide one seat at their invaluable face-to-face workshops.
Debbie Smith, General Manager at The Leveson Centre, adds her endorsement:
“We are overjoyed to welcome the Look Good Feel Better team into our cancer support centre. Their contribution is a ray of sunshine for our patients. The first session was a resounding success, and we anticipate many more heartwarming moments in the days ahead. Seeing smiles on our participants’ faces is the ultimate reward.”
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