“It is such a small and selfless charity. There is a wonderful sense of family when I go out with Teens Unite. ”


What we do would not be possible without the support of people like you. Teens Unite does not receive any government funding so we rely on the generosity of our supporters to ensure that we are able to continue to support as many teenagers as possible. Whether you are interested in making a one-off or a monthly donation every penny will make a difference. As little as £2 a month would enable us to grow to support more teens.






Other Ways to Pay

Online with Justgiving

Teens Unite has partnered up with JustGiving. For both one-off and monthly donations JustGiving.com is an excellent platform for donating money online. It’s quick, easy, free and 100% secure for you to use. Please click here for more information.


Please make cheques payable to “Teens Unite Fighting Cancer”. Our postal address is Teens Unite Respite Home, 99 High Road, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, EN10 7BN.

Card or BACS

We are able to take donations via card or BACS, please call us in the office on 01992 440091 for more information.



Creating smiles

To donate by text please text TEEN10 £5 to 70070

Sponsor A Teen

Each year we hold an unforgettable Summer Activity Holiday for a group of teens that we support at Mill Hill School in North London. The four night, five day break is packed full of fun-filled workshops for the teens ranging from drama and music, to sports, beauty and a careers workshop.

To pledge your support or sponsor a teen to attend please visit www.globalgiving.co.uk/projects/teensuniteholiday/ for more information and to donate directly to this project.


Teens Unite 2015 Wish List:

£5 would fund a set of mugs for the Teens Unite Respite Home so that the teens can get to know each other over a cup of tea

£20 would pay for transport for a teen to attend a motivational day out

£100 would pay for a pizza and DVD evening for 10 teens at the respite home

£200 would buy the materials to hold a Motiv8 Art Workshop with 10 teenagers

£400 would buy a real hair wig for a teenager that has lost their hair due to chemotherapy OR a Guided Arsenal Legends Tour for 10 teens

£1,000 would enable us to run four ‘Workshops on the Ward’ in a year for the teens we support that are in hospital and unable to attend our days out. Workshops will include cake decorating, a magic show and pampering

£2,000 would pay for 120 teens to attend this year’s Teens Unite Christmas Party at Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes. To include pizza, goodie bags, bowling, karaoke and table tennis

£5,000 would cover the sponsorship for one of our teen-organised events. We work alongside the teens in the 10 weeks leading up to an event on essential career skills surrounding event planning, including deciding catering, themes marketing and venues. The teens then host the events which are attended by top supporters and businesses personnel.

£10,000 would cover all the costs for 20 teenagers to enjoy a 4-night residential activity break in North London during the summer holidays including travel, food, accommodation and an extensive activity programme

£16,000 would cover the running costs of the Teens Unite Respite Home and office for a year

£3million would pay for a purpose built Respite Home allowing 500 families a year the opportunity to have a break in a sanctuary that is catered to their every need.


‘Teens with Dreams’ event committee for the Purple Tie Dinner and Dance