Robbie Anderson Cancer Trust

Supporting young people affected by cancer

Donations Over the Years

The Robbie Anderson Cancer Trust is proud to have raised over £100,000 towards the Teenage Cance Unit at Leicester Royal Infirmary. Over the years we have, thanks to the amazing generosity of so many people, been able to help make life on a  children’s cancer ward in Leicester a little more comfortable. Listed below are some of the things provided by Robbie’s Charity: A large wall-hung TV for the ward day room Laptop and fax machine for the doctor’s use Artwork and posters to help explain to young patients what is happening to them New TVs for every bed on the ward Headphones Video cameras for precious memories […]

Katie Hilton from the Teenage Cancer Trust on Ward 27

Katie talks through the improvements to Ward 27 which have been made possible through the Robbie Anderson Cancer Trust. Thank you to everyone involved in Robbie’s Rugby Festival 2017 – organisers, sponsors, volunteers, players, attendees, and everyone who has donated so far. Your continued support is improving the lives of young people on the Ward.   Take a look at the video here.  

Interview on BBC Radio Leicester – RRF

Ahead of Robbie’s Rugby Festival 2017 at Loughborough Grammar School, Robbie’s parents Fiona and Kevin appeared on BBC Radio Leicester to talk about the continuing work being done to improve facilities and quality of life for children on Ward 27 at Leicester Royal Infirmary. Alicia Pearson,  one of the key Event Organisers for RRF talks with Kevin and Fiona about the impact that RRF is having on awareness and support for Robbie’s Cancer Trust, and the new activities being hosted this year. A recording of the interview will continue to be available for a short time here – do take some […]