Published: 06 February 2023  (Updated: 06 February 2023)

Look Good Feel Better Publishes its 2022 Impact Report


Cancer support charity, Look Good Feel Better has published its 2022 Impact Report, which highlights how people in communities all over the UK have benefited from its services.

Through face to face make-up and skincare workshops, online group sessions and video tutorials, Look Good Feel Better helps people undergoing cancer treatment to regain their sense of normality and face cancer with confidence. 

Across 2022 more than 8,600 people used the charity’s services and 1,429 workshops took place. The 2022 Impact Report brings to life how well-received these services have been by beneficiaries, medical partners and volunteers alike:

  • 98% of workshop attendees felt the support they received from Look Good Feel Better had a positive impact on their emotional wellbeing
  • 99% of medical partners said the charity’s services are a valuable part of people’s treatment plan
  • 100% of volunteers would recommend volunteering for Look Good Feel Better

Debbie Hunter, Trustee of Look Good Feel Better and Director of Commercial Affairs at CTPA, said: “At nearly three decades old, Look Good Feel Better has never been more needed, and the service it offers people goes from strength to strength. The positive impact it has on people’s lives is clear to see in the latest Impact Report.

“CTPA is incredibly proud of the role it played in setting up the Foundation that runs Look Good Feel Better back in 1993. Since the first workshops took place in 1994 it’s incredible to think of the difference it has made to so many people’s wellbeing.”

Look Good Feel Better aims to double its income and the number of beneficiaries it supports over the next three years, in line with growing demand. 

To find out more about Look Good Feel Better’s impact and its future plans download the latest Impact Report here.


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