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Our Mission

ARC Cancer Support Centres is an Irish charity dedicated to supporting people diagnosed with cancer, their family members, friends and carers, through our Drop-in Centres, complementary therapy and counselling services. All our services are free of charge - visit our About ARC section for more.


ARC offers a range of services including care, complementary therapy and counselling in a calm and caring environment. Our Drop-in Centres are home to a warm, understanding community who know what you are going through and who are here to help. Visit our Services section for more information and to see upcoming events.


In order to continue to be able to provide our services free of charge, we frequently organise fundraising campaigns that help us to raise vital funds. Your support is very important in ensuring that we can continue our work. Why not get involved in any way that you can - visit our Events section for more.

"The reflexology was a great comfort and I really enjoyed the hours for myself in trying times."

Angela - ARC client

"I'm back at work, going running and taking a bit more time for myself. I am just getting on with life."

Gemma - ARC client

"Cancer touches everyone's life and volunteering with ARC creates a positive mindset from which many things are possible."

Edel O'Leary - Head of Marketing, Ulster Bank Ireland Ltd

"ARC supported me and my partner in my hour of need. I now just want to give something back."

Elizabeth - ARC volunteer

"To everyone at ARC - for being the essence of human kindness and compassion; for giving me a sense of sanity in a world that had fallen apart."

Mary - Counselling

"ARC is such a very special, beautiful place and a joy to enter every time. It is a privilege to be met by such wonderful and committed people...this dedication and support and love is not, or could ever be, taken for granted."

Geraldine - Relaxation and Visualisation