The Irish Cancer Society, founded in 1963, is the national charity dedicated to preventing cancer, saving lives from cancer and improving the quality of life of those living with cancer through patient care, research and education.
The Society is financed entirely by voluntary contributions from the public and receives no government funding.
Members of our committees all serve in a voluntary capacity and we rely on thousands of dedicated volunteers around the country for much of our activities. Please contact us to help.
The generosity of so many people who give so freely of their support enables us to provide most of our services free of charge.
Aims ans Objectives: The Irish Cancer Society is the national charity dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem, and improving the lives of those living with cancer.
Please see Irish Cancer
website for more Services details www.cancer.ie