Helping You To Move Against Cancer.
We've got this!
We've got this!
This podcast aspires to support and inspire people to move, exercise and live an active and fulfilling life despite a cancer diagnosis. We share the stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things.
We hope that by sharing the stories of others finding their own way through cancer, the Move Against Cancer podcast will provide hope, support and a sense of empowerment to anyone living with or beyond cancer.
Unfortunately, cancer will affect everyone either personally or through our loved ones and so whatever position you are in we hope you will learn and be inspired by our podcast. Thank you so much for listening.
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This service is currently available to children and young people between the ages of 13-30 living with and beyond cancer.
The programme is an 8-week online building foundations programme. Our online programmes are lead and designed by MOVE cancer rehab specialists.
A Support Group with a difference.
5k Your Way, Move Against Cancer is a community-based initiative to encourage those living with and beyond cancer, families, friends and those working in cancer services to walk, jog, run, cheer or volunteer at a local 5k Your Way parkrun event on the last Saturday of every month.
Founder of MOVE Charity Gemma Hillier-Moses and our cancer rehab instructors deliver educational talks and workshop across the country on cancer, exercise and movement as a way of life for charities and organisations.
This is an excellent interview with Sophie and Gemma on BBC radio 5 Live!
Have a listen back to hear all about the Move as One Facebook Support group that has been set up by Sophie Mulligan who completed the MOVE programme in 2020.
A HUGE well done to both of them for being on and thank you to BBC radio 5 live for this brilliant opportunity to spread the word about this fantastic support group!
Listen via the link below.
The MOVE as ONE private Facebook support group has been set up by young people affected by cancer and it's for young people affected by cancer.
The group for 18-30 year olds was the idea of Sophie Mulligan, who completed the MOVE programme in 2020. You'll be welcomed into the group by Sophie or one of our other two admins, Liam and Millie, who have both been supported by MOVE Charity.
"I hope it gives people a place where they can ask for advice and stay motivated to keep active, regardless of whether they are on the MOVE programme or not," Sophie says.
We are delighted to be awarded £15,600 from the Intelligent Energy Charitable Trust. The money will enable us to support even more children and young people living with and beyond cancer during this extremely difficult time through our 8-week virtual online cancer rehab support programme.
5k Your Way, Move Against Cancer Founders Gemma Hillier-Moses and Lucy Gossage feature on the Famous BBC Podcast You, Me and The Big C talking all things cancer, exercise and movement as a way of life.
MOVE Founder and 5k Your Way Co Founder Gemma Hillier-Moses on BBC Breakfast. Gemma discusses the importance of moving more and sitting less during and beyond cancer treatment and the benefits on both physical and mental well-being.
We are so proud to announce that MOVE charity, Laura Cutler (Nottingham Hospitals) and Leicester University careers team are officially the winners of the NTAwards HRH Integrated Approaches to Care award sponsored by Nuffield Health
We couldn’t be prouder of this team. Laura Cutler, Leicester university careers team (Boost Project) and MOVE Charity (Cancer Related Fatigue project).
MOVE Charity, founded by Gemma Hillier-Moses, won the new Joe Humphries Special Recognition award. The Joe Humphries Special Recognition award was launched this year to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the sports awards and recognizes inspirational people who have made outstanding achievements in the face of adversity. Thank you to everyone who voted for us to receive this award.
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