The beauty vlogger has teamed up with the cancer charity to raise $50,000 to help fund after-treatment support and initiatives.
Zoe Sugg has teamed up with cancer charity Trekstock to help raise money for post-cancer treatment. Running from 14 May to 25 June, the campaign – which is being crowdfunded through Prizeo – hopes to raise $50,000 to help fund after-treatment support and initiatives.
Trekstock helps cancer patients aged 18-30 continue their recovery after treatment has ended. The charity is currently working with its own advisory board, as well as with partners, to continue research into developing “innovative research techniques to collect and collate information from young people on their post-cancer needs.”
Those wishing to support the campaign can receive a variety of perks and rewards for donating, ranging from a campaign t-shirt to a private Skype call with Zoe. All those who donate will also be entered into a contest to win a trip to Brighton to spend the day with Zoe, with the winner being announced on 29 June.
Donations can be made through Trekstock’s Prizeo page.