Chief Executive: Sarah Crane
Sarah Crane joined the Pelican Cancer Foundation in March 2008. She was previously Chief Executive of the Army Families Federation. Sarah’s role is to translate the charity’s objectives into actions. To achieve this, there is an annual curriculum of courses and meetings for clinicians and members of the multi-disciplinary team to discuss and develop advances in cancer treatments. Sarah works closely with the Research Review Panel to maintain the charity’s research portfolio of worthwhile studies that advance our understanding of current treatment for rectal, liver and prostate cancers.
Administrator: Richard Moore
Richard's role is to make sure that ‘the books’ are all up to date and provide all the information and regularity for the charity finances to keep going. To view the charity’s annual accounts, click here.
Community Engagement and Events Fundraiser: Lauren Collins
Lauren joined Pelican in October 2016 as our Community Engagement and Events Fundraiser. She has previously worked for a local Hampshire charity and has significant experience in community, corporate and events fundraising. Lauren will be managing all Pelican fundraising events and really raising Pelican Cancer Foundation’s profile within the community.
PA: Auriol Horne
Auriol has joined Pelican to help with the administration of the charity and to help Prof Bill Heald. Auriol has previous worked at the Hampshire Clinic and in the City. She has exceptional language skills, most noticeably speaking Japanese.
Pelican Film Society Founder: Juliet Crawley
Previously the Administrator at Pelican, Juliet runs the Pelican Film Society - it now has over a hundred members. She organises monthly showings of ‘out of the ordinary’/foreign films on Pelican’s big screen, raising substantial funds for the Pelican Cancer Foundation since its inception.
We are situated in a purpose-built centre - the Ark in Basingstoke - where we have state-of-the-art teaching facilities, including high definition video links to operating theatres. Live surgery can be shown to groups of up to 180 delegates involved in the care and treatment of patients with bowel, pelvic and liver cancers. We also have dedicated research offices where we coordinate international multi-centred research studies.