Breast Cancer Haven is proud to be working in partnership with Future Dreams who are helping to make our support services accessible by many more people affected by breast cancer.

Founded in 2008, Future Dreams is a registered charity specialising in raising funds for research into the treatment and prevention of breast cancer. After suffering the effects of breast cancer, mother and daughter Sylvie Henry and Danielle Leslie founded Future Dreams with a view to making a genuine difference to others going through breast cancer treatment. Following a secondary breast cancer diagnosis Sylvie lost her brave battle in July 2009. Tragically Danielle was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer in her lungs shortly before her mother’s death and sadly passed away in September 2010. Future Dreams is driven by the values of love, family, warmth, friendship, courage and the desire to make a difference. This is why we are determined to raise the vital funds necessary to bring breast cancer support to those who need it the most.

Future Dreams lives on to realise Sylvie and Danielle’s dream of a future free of breast cancer and has been supporting two amazing causes: Breast Cancer Now – a charity which funds a quarter of the UK’s breast cancer-specific research, and Breast Cancer Haven – a pioneering charity with five centres across the country providing emotional support, help with side effects of breast cancer treatment and healthy living activities.

Future Dream's ambition is to establish a dedicated support centre in north London where Breast Cancer Haven can offer it's proven programme of care and support but until then, we are working together alongside The Wellington HCA Hospital Golders Green, The Whittington Hospital and University College London Hospital in Euston to offer support services more accessible to people in north London. 

To find out more about Future Dreams, click here.