Is Cancer Research UK trustworthy? Cancer Research UK is seen as the country’s most innovative and trustworthy charity, according to a survey by the consultancy Incite. The company, which is part of the St Ives Group, a marketing and publishing company, carried out online interviews with 499 people about what drives their support of charities.
Who owns Cancer Research UK now? Its flagship laboratories formerly at Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London, and Clare Hall, Hertfordshire, and known as the Cancer Research UK London Research Institute, are now part of the Francis Crick Institute.
How much does Cancer Research UK make a year? Our total income for 2017/18 was £634 million. This was raised through: Donations (£192 million) – Donations included regular gifts, major donations and money raised by local fundraising groups and corporate partners. Legacies (£182 million) – Over 6,000 people left a gift to Cancer Research UK in their will.
Where is Cancer Research UK based? Cancer Research was founded in 2002 and is based in London.