The financial cost of cancer in children and young people can be devastating. Act now - join our Cancer costs campaign and become a CLIC Sargent campaigner today.
Childhood cancer is not only frightening, it can also be devastating for families financially.
From the moment the doctor says it’s cancer, unexpected costs can quickly mount up, such as travel to hospitals, car parking, and extra bills.
On average parents spend £600 extra per month.
Many parents are also forced to give up work and can be plunged into debt as a consequence of their child’s cancer.
We don’t think this is right or fair.
Families should not have to face financial hardship because their child has cancer.
Join our Cancer costs campaign
This Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, help us stand up for young cancer patients and their families and support our Cancer costs campaign
Ways to support
- Sign and share our petition to Prime Minister Theresa May
- Email your MP - ask them to back our campaign
- Tweet your MP - you may want to use the following for your tweet: