Welcome to the INCTR Challenge Fund – Charity 1079181. Originally established by the European School of Oncology in 2000 we are the leading international cancer charity in the UK dedicated to fighting cancer in developing countries through programmes directed by the International Network for Cancer Treatment and Research (INCTR).

When you read our Mission Statement you will see that ‘overcoming cancer in developing countries’ can mean training doctors and nurses, or providing cancer treatments (e.g. buying chemotherapy drugs) for children with cancer in Africa, or establishing palliative care networks that can relieve the suffering of cancer patients in low and middle income countries, or helping to strengthen cancer surveillance systems in sub-Saharan Africa. You can find out more on our active Programme page.

The charity relies on voluntary donations to help it fight cancer in developing countries. You can go straight to our Donation page to make a gift of money to the charity. Otherwise, if you want to volunteer for one of our fundraising events, please visit our Volunteer page.

Two times cancer survivor and world renowned inspirational speaker – Sean Swarner – will be making a fundraising expedition to the North Pole this April. By donating $5 or more, you can have the name of someone you know who is a cancer survivor, or in memory of someone who has passed from cancer, printed on the ‘Flag of Hope’ that Sean Swarner is taking on his North Pole expedition and planting at the very top of the world.

Alternately, you may make a donation in one of the following sites:

Thank you very much.
The INCTR Challenge Fund Team