Every year in the UK approximately 2,400 children up to and including the age of eighteen are diagnosed with cancer.
It is now known that physical activity is safe, beneficial and recommended for all children and adolescents affected by cancer. It is recognised as one of the most effective ways of improving physical and psychological health and wellbeing for children being treated for cancer and beyond; reducing the impact of some of the side effects of treatment, whilst promoting independence, peer support and self-confidence.
Our lightweight bikes and specially adapted trikes provide a unique way to encourage this much needed exercise and activity. Allowing these children to get outside and get active, as well as having some much needed fun too!
96% of the children we support advise that having their CFC bike encourages them to spend more time outside.
95% of children report that they spend more time outside with a sibling since having their CFC bike.
95.5% of children report a noted increase in strength since having their CFC bike.
93% of children report an improvement in their mood since having their CFC bike.
.What to know more about what we do and why we do it? Download our latest impact report below: