They Came, They Ran and They Conquered!

Junior Warrior Race

Families came together to support Teens Unite on 25th June as 160 children participated in the Junior Warrior Race; a muddy obstacle course for those aged 4-13. Held at EDGE Outdoor Activities, Ware the event raised a staggering £3,027 profit, which will support our work in uniting and rebuilding the lives of young people aged…

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Osiris Lodge Fundraises for Teens Unite

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We have been lucky enough to be chosen by the Osiris Lodge No.5780 Master Steve Barton and his wife Anne Barton as their non – masonic charity of the year.  Throughout the course of the year they have organised a variety of fundraising events. The Lodge began with the ‘Pride of the Lea’ summer time…

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Teens Unite Conquered the Tower

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Supporters of Teens Unite came together on Sunday 11th June 2017 to ‘Take on the Tower’ and abseil 540 ft down one of London’s most iconic buildings. Standing at 33 storeys tall and rising above the city skyline; only 400 people a year have the opportunity to abseil down Broadgate Tower. Teens Unite was fortunate…

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Turn Old Money Into New Memories – Eilish’s story

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My names Eilish and I am 20 years old. In 2011 at the age of 15 I was diagnosed with stage 2 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, this meant I needed an operation to remove part of a tumour and 3 months of chemotherapy. As a teenager, cancer is something you would never dream of having to deal with,…

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Turn Old Money Into New Memories – Mikhaila’s story

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I’m Mikhaila, I’m 20 years old and I’m currently in my first year of university. A month after my 19th birthday I was diagnosed with stage 3 malignant melanoma, a type of skin cancer. After a biopsy of some of my lymph nodes, I got the devastating news that it had spread, and 10 days later I had all the…

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Knockout Fun with Teens Unite

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Teens Unite’s notorious It’s a Knockout Family Fun Day is set to return for the sixth consecutive year on Saturday 8th July 2017. Held at Wormley Playing Fields, Hertfordshire; teams will compete against each other on the inflatable assault course to be the first to overcome a series of challenges and obstacles. The concept is…

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Discover You is Back!

Discover You

Have you been diagnosed with cancer? Has it effected your path in life? Are you questioning ‘what now?’ ‘Discover You’ is back! On Saturday 1st July, we will be uniting 150 young people who have been diagnosed with cancer, parents and siblings at our annual ‘Discover You’ event. Over the course of this day of…

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Henry Smith…Feeling on Top of the World

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There’s not many people who can say they genuinely know what it’s like to feel on top of the world, but supporter of Teens Unite, Henry Smith can. He joins the short list of adventurers who have completed a once in a lifetime trek to the North Pole, facing extreme temperatures, polar bears and frost…

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Have You Been Inspired by the London Marathon?


Seven incredible runners completed the London Marathon on 23rd April 2017 in aid of Teens Unite to support our work in bringing young people diagnosed with cancer together. Amongst the seven runners was one of the young people supported by Teens Unite, Freya. Collectively, the seven runners raised a staggering amount of £21,150. If you have…

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Teens Unite Benefits from Co-op Community Fund

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Teens Unite has been awarded a sum of £2,470.28 as part of the Co-op Local Community Fund to support our work in uniting 13-24 year olds who have been diagnosed with cancer. The Co-op Local Community Fund scheme is an opportunity for Co-op customers to support causes in their area.  As a Co-op member, every time…

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