Help us make a difference

The charity has been operating for over 35 years and services have been developed according to the needs of those affected by cancer, including carers and wider family members. Cancer survivors can access a range of services available at the charity, for further information check our services above.

People’s experience of cancer plays a valuable contribution towards the development of all cancer services. Your views are important to us, as it allows us to influence policy makers and clinicians. If you would like to become part of this influencing process please contact us

The service is co-ordinated by a small staff team assisted by volunteers. We work closely with a range of additional services and partners to ensure those affected by cancer receive the best possible support.

Operating since the early 1980’s, the charity provides a range of services for those affected by cancer and based at 10 Ednam Road, Dudley; we are located close to a range of other amenities including public transport.  Free and accessible parking is available on site and meets the requirements of people of all abilities.

All are welcome to drop in at any time to find out about what services are available, there is no need to make an appointment.

The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service (QAVS) was created by Her Majesty to mark the Golden Jubilee in 2002 to recognise the outstanding contributions made to local communities by groups of volunteers.  In 2017, White House Cancer Support won this prestigious award and on behalf of all who are associated with the charity, we thank all our volunteers for their outstanding support.

What people say about the charity:

For 32 years this wonderful organisation has given comfort, support & guidance to countless numbers of people probably at the lowest points in their lives. Last year alone some 10,000 people were supported by a handful of dedicated staff and a small army of roughly 90 volunteers undertaking a variety of tasks from driving clients to appointments to leading self-help groups, fundraising and many others. The services are in demand not only in Dudley but from neighbouring areas as well.”  Councillor Steve Waltho