Our Children's Advisory Group (CAG) is for children aged seven to 14 from across the UK who have, or have had cancer. They get together and talk about their experiences and ideas - to help make CLIC Sargent better!
What does CAG do?
The group shares their views and experiences to help CLIC Sargent understand what it’s like to be young and diagnosed with cancer. By listening to children and young people, CLIC Sargent can provide support that meets their needs, both during and after treatment.
As a member of CAG you’ll be able to:
- Tell us what it’s like to be young and diagnosed with cancer
- Talk to other group members, CLIC Sargent’s senior directors and Board of Trustees about your thoughts and suggestions
- Share your ideas to help CLIC Sargent give the best possible support to children and young people with cancer.
It's a great way to make friends with people who have had a similar experience and understand what it's like to have cancer.
When and where?
Meetings take place three times a year. Travel for you, an adult, food and drink will be provided by CLIC Sargent.
Find out more
To find out more or ask to join, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07469 444 824. We'd love to hear from you!