A local charity raising awareness and supporting people affected by bowel cancer in the Isle of Man

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This charity relies solely on the generosity and support of those willing and able to help us.  We do not receive any funding from Government.  All monies received stay in the Island and will be used to raise awareness of bowel cancer and provide support for those affected by the disease.  Please help us by making a donation today.

Thank you!



Show your support

New for this year – our limited edition silicon wristbands in two distinctive colourways. Only £1 each and available from Bowel Cancer IOM at our displays or by post. Email bowelcanceriom@manx.net for details.

Silicon wristbands

Current Donations

Raising funds from China

A lovely idea – Fiona Hancox loans vintage china to people for afternoon tea type events.  She doesn’t charge for the use of her china.  Instead she requests a donation be made to Bowel Cancer IOM. Thank you Fiona!… Read more

Kirk Michael Fire Station donation

Kirk Michael Fire Station donation

Our grateful thanks go to Kirk Michael Firefighters for their continued support and recent donation of £130 raised from their Christmas dinner raffle.  It is very much appreciated.  Thank you!… Read more

Past Donations

MannVend staff donation

MannVend staff donation

MannVend in Spring Valley recently presented us with a cheque for £520 raised by its staff.  We are very grateful for the donation and looking forward to talking to staff about bowel cancer, symptoms etc in the very near future… Read more

Zurich’s staff show support

Zurich’s staff show support

We were delighted to be invited to Zurich’s beautiful offices in October 2018 to receive a cheque for Bowel Cancer IOM. Zurich employs over 300 staff – some located in the building plus others working from home. They had raised funds by doing a casual… Read more

Optimus support Bowel Cancer IOM

Optimus support Bowel Cancer IOM

  In September Bowel Cancer IOM was invited to attend the impressive offices of Optimus in Castletown.  Following various staff fundraising activities Bowel Cancer IOM had been chosen by three members of Team Optimus to receive £250.  Donations were also given to two other local… Read more

Jean O’Neil Memorial Day

Jean O’Neil Memorial Day

The Isle of Man branch of the Embroiderers’ Guild held their annual charity day in memory of Jean O’Neil who was a member. The event held in 2017 was in aid of Bowel Cancer IOM and the day was spent sewing specially designed bags (from… Read more

Cronk y Voddy Ploughing Society

Each year Cronk y Voddy Ploughing Society donate a sum of money to a chosen charity. Their charity for 2016 was Bowel Cancer IOM. The first event in the Society’s calendar was on Tynwald Day with their annual sports event. Their second event was at… Read more

Abacus make fundraising child’s play

Local fiduciary and fund services specialist, Abacus, donated £1,280 to Bowel Cancer Isle of Man in August 2015 to assist the charity with its ‘Breaking the Poo Taboo’ campaign, which works to raise awareness of bowel cancer, its symptoms and risks, and get people talking… Read more

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