About Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association

Our Aims

  • to provide funding for the purposes of cancer research and medical and scientific developments for all types of cancer
  • to work with the Isle of Man Department of Health and other local bodies in the area of cancer screening and awareness campaigns
  • to work with the Department of Health and other local bodies in the area of palliative care and the provision of additional facilities, comforts and amenities for cancer patients

Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association has eight Branches located across the Island:


• Castletown & Malew
• Douglas & Onchan
• Lonan & Laxey 
• Marown & District
• Peel
• Port Erin
• Port St Mary
• Ramsey

For more information about your local Branch, please see the CCC events pages for Branch activities, or contact our Executive Officer on 07624 252725 or IOMAnticancer@gmail.com.

 

Our Central Policy Committee consists of the following officers, plus representatives of each Branch committee:

Patron:

Lady Gozney

President: 

Mr Geoff Corkish MBE MLC

Chairman:

Mr Malcolm Clague MD FRCS JP

Vice Chairman:

Mike King

Treasurer:

Howard Pilley

Executive Officer:

Sandy Denning

Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association Leaflet
IOMACA flyer Oct 2016.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [492.7 KB]

Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association were presented with the Queens Award for Voluntary Service in 2009. Geoff Corkish and Carole Cowin from IOM Anti-Cancer Association are pictured with Sir Paul Haddacks and Lady Haddacks (the former Patron of the Association).

The Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association is a member of the Council of Cancer Charities (CCC). For more information about the CCC click here. To see the calendar of events for all CCC organisations, click here.