The fight against cancer

Starts with Research
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Arcobaleno /ar.ko.baˈle.no/ [n] – Italian for Rainbow

Helping Families Since 2017

Small Grants Awarded

Funds Raised

Research Projects

Race Night 2023

Join us for a very special evening where we will be celebrating 10 years of fundraising, 5 years as a charity.

Saturday 11th March 2023

Please support us by coming along to our biggest fundraiser of the year.

About us

Arcobaleno Cancer Trust was founded in 2017 by cousins and friends of the Carnevale family. Over the past decade we have seen our closest family members succumb to the battle against cancer, prompting us to turn tragedy to triumph by creating this Trust.

Fundraising

ACT has raised just under £300,000 to support the advancement of medical research into the causes, treatments, and potential cures for all types of cancer.

Support us

With your help, we are directly funding research that can act as a step towards finding a cure for all forms of cancer.

The fight against cancer

Starts with research

Our aim is to support the advancement of medical research into the causes, treatments, and potential cures for all types of cancer. We plan to do so by directly funding the individuals and projects pioneering cutting edge cancer research in the UK.

What We Do

Our overarching aim is to assist in the treatment and care of those suffering from cancer. We do this by providing grants to support their care, and by directly funding cutting edge research into the causes, treatments, and potential cures for cancer in the UK.

Aside from our ongoing support of the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, we’ve supported two major research efforts and allocated a number of smaller grants over the years.

Siobhan’s Story

Our beautiful daughter Siobhan was the youngest of our 3 children. Siobhan was such a character, really cheeky and funny and loved her baby dolls. She became ill just after her second birthday and following a scan in July 2017 it was found she had a large tumor in her abdomen. Siobhan was rushed to Great Ormond Street and after further scans and tests she was diagnosed with Stage 4 high risk Neuroblastoma at just 2 years and 2 months old. Siobhan passed away on 1st June 2019 with mummy and daddy holding her. She was 4 years and 1 month old. Read more

Get Involved

Since the launch of our flagship Race Night in 2013, our ACT-run initiatives have remained at the core of our fundraising efforts and our community.

Get in Touch. Get Involved.

If you would like to get in touch, please fill out the form below or email info@arcobalenocancertrust.com and one of our trustees will get back to you.