Royal Marsden Cancer Charity

Our partners in charity


We are all aware that cancer is an awful disease which claims hundreds of thousands of lives each year in the UK alone. The latest statistics state that over half the UK population will be affected by cancer in their lifetime.

Imagine a future beyond cancer. At The Royal Marsden they’re dedicated to making this happen. They are a world-leading cancer centre who pioneer new treatments that save lives. They use research every day to provide the very best in diagnosis, treatment and care for their patients. The revolutionary way they treat people in their hospitals has far-reaching impact, nationally and internationally. This kind of pioneering work costs money. Support The Royal Marsden and you’re investing in a future beyond cancer for you and for everyone you know.

The Carnevale family, unfortunately know all too much about the Royal Marsden, as both Bruna & Giovanni Carnevale received treatment there before they sadly passed away. We can therefore, from the bottom of hearts, vouch for the amazing job they do in cancer research, diagnosis, treatment and patient care.

Inspired by Bruna’s spirit, it is since 2012 that the Carnevale family has organised various charity events and in particular an annual charity “race night” to raise as much money as possible for the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity. You can see from that the total of proceeds raised to-date for cancer research are well into the hundreds of thousands of pounds.


Further to this, in 2016 C. Carnevale Ltd launched a new charity water project under the label Monte Campo whereby they donate 50 pence from every case sold directly to The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity. Monte Campo is the name of the mountain that sits above Capracotta, the small village in Molise (Is) from where the Company’s founders originate.

All the pioneering work carried out by the Royal Marsden costs money, and we are proud to support this charity knowing that we are investing in a future beyond cancer for you, for everyone you know and for future generations.