Broxbourne based charity, Teens Unite is running an Easter egg collection between now and 7th April 2017.

Over the coming weeks, the charity will be visiting young people who have been diagnosed with cancer at the Royal Marsden Hospital and University College London Hospital and treating them to an Easter egg.

Teens Unite is in need of Easter egg donations to take on their visits. Any donations can be delivered to Teens Unite, 99 High Road, Broxbourne, EN10 7BN.

Debbie Pezzani, CEO and Founder has said: “When you’re having a tough time in hospital, a visit from a friendly face can make all the difference and really brighten your day. We regularly visit hospitals as part of our work; it’s a great way of reaching out to young people in need of our support and handing them an Easter egg will really put a smile on their face.”

Teens Unite is dedicated to uniting young people with cancer from diagnosis, through treatment and beyond. The workshops and activities the charity organises, brings these young people together so they can meet others their age in a similar situation and gain strength from each other.