The Robin Cancer Trust

The Robin Cancer Trust was founded following the death of Robin Freeman, aged just 24. The charity works tirelessly across the UK to raise awareness, educate young people, and support those affected by germ cell cancer through the hardest times of their lives.

Our vision is to stop young people dying of germ cell cancer. Our mission is to reach every young person in the UK with our life-saving cancer campaigns. Our hope is that no other family has to go through what we did.

"My brother looked at me and just went 'there's nothing more they can do, I'm dying' and your whole heart just gets ripped down in an instant"

On the 10th anniversary of his brother's death - our Founder & CEO, Toby, sat down to talk about losing his brother Robin to cancer when he was just 22, his journey with grief and how it's shaped his life ever since.

UN Sustainable Development Goals

We align with the following UN Sustainable Development Goals:

Entries in previous Charity Film Awards