Ray of Light Wales Cancer Support was set up in 2009, for and by people who are affected by cancer.

Ray of Light recognises and understands the uncertainty, fear and change that comes with a cancer diagnosis. Every year in Wales over 19,000 are diagnosed with cancer but the impact of this diagnosis is felt by far more.

We provide a confidential, safe and non-judgemental space to support people affected by cancer, and
through the turmoil of their loved one’s diagnosis, whilst trying to cope with daily family life. For many this support can be a lifeline.

What we do:

We deliver a confidential service and a listening ear in a friendly, relaxed environment.

In the current COVID 19 crisis we have suspended all group gatherings and face to face support. However, thanks to National Lottery support we are now launching Just ASK!  – Access Support and Kindness Project so that we can still deliver support sessions remotely, utilising digital platforms.

Sign up for virtual sessions in:

Art Therapy
Chair Yoga
Close Knit Group
Mindfulness
Whittling it Down Group
Can you Hear Us? Cancer Support for Deaf People
Light at the End of the Tunnel – Wellbeing Peer Support
Macmillan HOPE Programme
Little Steps – Programme

Please feel free to join us in this temporary virtual world and hopefully, before too long, we can get together in the real world.

We are planning more sessions and welcome any suggestions or ideas of activities you would like to see, just drop us a line or post on Facebook.

We’re celebrating 10 years!!

We rely on volunteers to support our work. All our volunteers have first-hand experience of cancer themselves and have supported a loved one through difficult times.

A big thank you to our wonderful volunteers and group members…..We wouldn’t be here without you!
We welcome new volunteers – Find out more…