August 2017 was a milestone month for FITC’s CARE programme with new co-ordinator Stephen List joining the project and CARE celebrating their 100th week in delivery.
“Knowledge, enthusiasm and energy” are three characteristics that new CARE coordinator Stephen List hopes to bring to his new role at FITC.
The partnership between Football in the Community [FITC] has become very strong over the last two years through working together on FITC’s Cancer and Rehabilitation Exercise [CARE] Programme. CARE has become very successful and Macmillan Cancer Support has invested another year’s worth of funding to keep the programme running within the city. Participant, Graham Crip,
With Movember, Lung Cancer Awareness Month and Mouth Cancer Action Month, November is a great time to discuss the benefits of our Cancer and Rehabilitation Exercise Programme for men and women.
Long-serving defender Mike Edwards recently trained alongside the men on the CARE (Cancer And Rehabilitation Exercise) programme with Football in the Community (FITC) at their Portland Centre. The project, delivered by FITC and funded by Macmillan Cancer Support, helps men and women who have finished cancer treatment to stay active and healthy. It also helps
A £3million partnership led by Macmillan to improve local cancer services is gathering momentum as more projects are announced – and it’s patients who are driving the changes. Patients and carers were first asked to help shape their future cancer services back in June. Since then, the Macmillan Cancer Partnership, which is made
By signing up to be a soberhero you are doing something amazing for people with cancer. All the money raised by those Going Sober this October will make sure that Macmillan can be there to help even more people take back control from cancer. It will mean that we can be there right from the
BBC East Midland Today featured a story on Sunday about the women’s CARE sessions. CARE stands for Cancer And Rehabilitation Exercise and works with both men and women who are going through or recovering from cancer treatment. Helping them to build up their physical strength and self-esteem. The project delivers physical exercise sessions focusing on