GRACE Charity2024-04-23T14:53:03+00:00


Committed to a better future
for women diagnosed with
gynaecological cancers.

Join us for the Glitter & GRACE Ball and help support women living with gynae cancers.

The Ball will be taking place on Friday, 11th October 2024 at Denbies Vineyard near Dorking (7:30pm arrival), and raising funds for our support services. Find out more or book your tickets.

GRACE supports women living with gynaecological cancers across Surrey, West Sussex, and Hampshire.

Our focus is on raising vital awareness to promote early diagnosis of the five gynaecological cancers; fund desperately needed research into their causes and treatments; provide local hospitals with vital surgical equipment; and to offer and facilitate peer support to women who are diagnosed.

The work undertaken by GRACE is plugging a gap for a desperately neglected area of cancer research. Every year one million women worldwide are diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer – such as cervical or ovarian. They account for 10% of all cancers. In the UK alone, 18,000 women are diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer every year.

GRACE is dedicated to research which will improve the treatment, recovery, and survival rates of women diagnosed in the future and are currently involved in several projects). These findings feed into the wider UK cancer network, helping to influence and shape the diagnosis and treatment of these women, both now and in the future.

To get involved or find out more about the support and services we offer, email: or call 01483 904153.

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Enhanced recovery shown in revolutionary robotic ovarian cancer surgery study – led by team from GRACE and the Royal Surrey County Hospital

April 11th, 2024|Awareness, Cervical Cancer Awareness, Da Vinci Robot project, Dr Christina Uwins, News, Ovarian Cancer, Research, The Royal Surrey Hospital, Women|

Take part in a Charity Challenge and help us raise vital funds

Whether you like to take yourself off to climb to the top of the three highest British peaks, or you prefer to set yourself up for a walk, run or cycle challenge, there’s a charity challenge suitable for everyone.  The best bit of all is you can join up with friends, or go it alone, and not just take part in a fun past time, but also raise money for us at the same time.  Take a look at some of the events below, or explore the open challenges section, and see if there’s something that peaks your interest.



Royal Parks

London 10 Peaks

London to Paris bike ride

National three peaks challenge


Everest base camp (16 Sept 2024 to 6th October 2024)

If Everest has been a lifelong ambition, or has made it to the top of your bucket list, now is your chance. Sign up and realise your dreams of getting to Everest base camp.


If none of the above events appeal to you, do not fear. You can review all the challenges available to you and sign up for whichever one appeals the most. There are also a selection of date options available to choose from.

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