Leave a special message and help make a difference to families with cancer this Christmas.
"With love to my two brothers one who passed away through this evil disease also to my family who have lost this battle and to my lovely friends who are fighting everyday xxx"
"Wishing everybody a very merry Christmas & Happy New Year x"
"In memory of my nana and grandad who both lost their battles to cancer and to all those affected by this horrible disease "
"Merry Christmas with love and hope for 2019 xx"
"Thank you for taking care of me. Almost 5 years "free" now 😊"
"In memory of a much missed friend and colleague Linda Bailey who lost her fight in October."
"Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone working at Velindre particularly those who remember me and those they lovingly care for past and present and remembering all the patients and families I had the privilege to meet during my time working there xxx "
"To Saff and family wishing you Merry Xmas and a happy new year. Lots of love Gill. X "
"Merry Christmas to everyone working at & supporting Velindre. A special word for the care you offered my dad Stephen Spiller who sadly passed away in March 2018. You all do an amazing job and im sure each and everyone of us want to offer our gratitude."
"A big thank you to all at Velindre Hospital for the continuous support over the past 4 months."
" Christmas wishes and peace on earth to everyone struggling for whatever reason this Christmas Dave & Julie XxxX"
"Wishing everyone a very merry Christmas with lots of love and hope for 2020. Xxx"
"Instead of sending Christmas cards this year I’d like to donate to a cause close to my heart. Thank you for all the wonderful work you do ❤️"
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We know that many patients worry about talking to their children about cancer. That’s why we developed a range of free resources to help support parents and grandparents with a cancer diagnosis.
Each of our award-winning books comes with adult and baby lion toys, one for the patient and one for the child, so that they can both feel connected throughout the diagnosis and treatment.
We can now also offer children their very own Worry Monster. They can’t talk, move or do tricks but they have a really important job; to hold a child’s anxieties and worries.
"We read the book to the children tonight and introduced the Worry Monster. They asked lots of questions and then put their worries about mummy in the monster for now. As a family we will work together with them to try and help it not to be such a worry."
"Our little girl completely understood the message in the book and related to Lucy the main character. She told me, 'Mummy I am just like Lucy.'"
"The lady I met today has a 6 year old son who she is struggling to explain her cancer and treatment to. She was thrilled to be given a copy of the book to guide her. Thank you."
"I have used the book and the lions a few times now and it has been such a valuable resource and I have had such positive feedback from the families on how it has helped."
"My thoughts are with a colleague and his family. "
".....the lion roars when she cries and I don't want you to cry no more strictly kissing and hugging....(Stephen Marley- “The Lion Roars”)
Huge congratulations and thanks to the VCC supportive care team, for providing vital support to VCC patients and their families ❤️ B xx
"Happy to ditch the cards and support this amazing cause!
Merry Christmas from The Williams family x"
"In Memory of my wonderful friend, Linda Bailey, who lost her battle with cancer in October, this year.
I will miss her smile, her positivity, her generosity and her friendship, always. "