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


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

Ding Dong!

Ding Dong!

One of our loyal supporters, Gilli Crellin from Douglas, kept herself busy during the Covid-19 lockdown.  Wearing her Avon lady hat Gilli offered an “ultimate pamper pack” to her customers at a special price thinking not only would it make a lovely present for friends… Read more

Nedbank Private Wealth IOM

Nedbank Private Wealth IOM

  In September 2020 Bowel Cancer IOM was delighted to receive a donation of £2,000 – thanks to the staff at Nedbank Private Wealth’s Isle of Man office.  Funds were raised throughout the year from social events, raffles and cake sales.  A total of £24,000… Read more

Raising funds from China

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

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

Lloyds Bank International raise £3,350 for Bowel Cancer IOM

We were delighted to meet up with Bev and Margaret from Lloyds Bank International Ltd to receive a massive cheque for £3,350. Mr Gianni Tebala, Senior Colorectal Consultant at Nobles Hospital, was able to join us in receiving the cheque. Bev and her work colleagues… Read more

Eastern Young Farmers raise over £4k for Bowel Cancer IOM

  Representatives of Eastern Young Farmers Club came to our support group meeting at Douglas Golf Club on 10 November 2015 to present us with a magnificent cheque for over £4k. Mr Gianni Tebala, Senior Colorectal Consultant at Nobles Hospital, joined us for the occasion. We… Read more

Donation from IOM Masonic Charity

We were recently surprised and delighted to receive a cheque in the sum of £250 from the Isle of Man Masonic Charity.  The charity are very staunch supporters of many good causes and we are very grateful to be included in their numbers… Read more

RocVannin Choir

Roc Vannin choir chose Bowel Cancer IOM as their nominated charity for 2016. Each year they choose an Island based charity and any funds which they raise goes straight to them. Throughout the year they do a number of concerts – some for charities –… Read more