The singer and songwriter, Ed Sheeran, has proved once again how passionate he is about charity work in Suffolk. Ed has generously donated a piece of his artwork to Cancer Campaign in Suffolk (CCiS) to raise vital funds for the ongoing work of the charity. The painting is part of the singer’s collection that he worked on after his long running “Divide” world tour ended in 2019.
Set up in 1998, Cancer Campaign in Suffolk is run with a passion to help the community that we live in. Our dedicated team includes complementary therapists, counsellors, educators, ambassadors and business brains that come together to educate and support the people of Suffolk.
At Cancer Campaign in Suffolk we are focused on life before, during and after cancer. We aim to educate our community about the signs and symptoms prior to its arrival, support cancer patients during treatment through non-clinical therapies and provide a safe space in our wellbeing workshops in the latter part of treatment and beyond.
At Cancer Campaign in Suffolk we focus on three main areas of support:
Whether you'd like to run a marathon, organise a sponsored event, shave your hair, hold regular quiz nights or make us your charity of the year we'd like you all to have fun raising funds for CCiS. We have a 'How to: fundraising guide' that you can use for ideas and inspiration.