Support - Little LIfts

Enables eligible applicants to receive a littlelifts box, to support their emotional wellbeing and support them through their cancer treatment

Your Impact

£10 provides products for 3 littlelifts chemotherapy boxes

Little Lifts

Little Lifts was founded in 2014 by Oa Hackett after discovering she had breast cancer at 28 years of age. After undergoing treatment at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Oa founded Little Lifts as a way of giving something back.

Little Lifts has partnership with five hospitals James Paget Hospital, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH), Ipswich Hospital, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn and West Suffolk Hospital who are dedicated Oncology, Radiotherapy and Breast Care Teams make sure our little lifts boxes are given to people before or during their chemotherapy or radiotherapy treatment.The little lifts box is all about supporting people undergoing treatment for breast cancer.

Packed with love, a littlelifts box is full of mood-boosting goodies and practical products to support women and men who are currently, or are soon to be, undergoing active chemotherapy (IV/oral/immuno) or radiotherapy treatment for primary or secondary breast cancer.

Support a loved one with a box from Little Lifts shop, where you will find a selection of gifts, each tailored to give a different well-being boost.

If you are going through breast cancer treatment, there are a number of ways you can receive a littlelifts box:

Through a littlelifts partnership hospital in East Anglia; If you are receiving chemotherapy or radiotherapy treatment for primary or secondary breast cancer at one of the following hospitals, then you will automatically receive a littlelifts box via your medical team:

Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital
James Paget University Hospital
Queen Elizabeth Hospital (King’s Lynn)
Ipswich Hospital
West Suffolk Hospital
Colchester Hospital

At little lifts they believe that it’s the little things that make big things happen. That’s why they are asking you to join their #littleliftscommunity and take ‘little steps’ to support little lifts fundraising efforts and help raise awareness about what they do. At the same time, we believe by working together, we hope you can also benefit from some physical and mental wellbeing support

Here at Pledger we believe With your help, we can buy products to fill our little lifts boxes and support many more people during breast cancer treatment.