Morrisons is on course for a record-breaking three-year charity partnership as it announces it has raised more than £3 million for CLIC Sargent, the children and young people's cancer charity, in 11 months.
A bill aiming to make leave and pay provisions for families who lose a child has been backed by cancer support charity CLIC Sargent.
This year saw the sixth New Year's Day Dip for CLIC held at Newquay Harbour, which saw a huge crowd of well-wishers cheering on over 200 brave dippers, raising thousands of pounds for young lives against cancer.
A pair of young cancer survivors supported by CLIC Sargent gained support with their emotional growth from an unlikely source – donkeys.
The fabulous CLIC Sargent South Hampshire Voluntary Group’s Christmas Fundraising group raised nearly £1,600 for young lives against cancer at their recent Christmas evening.
Mike and Emily Taylor's two young sons inspired the family's fundraising and helped them to reach over triple their £1,000 target for CLIC Sargent.
The staff from South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust has been supporting CLIC Sargent since 2008. Over this time they have raised over £23,000 for young lives against cancer through the micro-giving scheme 'Pennies from Heaven'.
Cotswold Hills Golf Club near Cheltenham raised over £8,000 for CLIC Sargent in memory of Joseph Breland, who sadly died earlier this year.
At the beginning of 2017, Danny Bates from Basingstoke set himself an epic challenge of running 500 miles in registered races in memory of his partner Rachel.
Budding artist Sam, 12, has designed a showstopping Christmas card to go out to all Morrisons customers with their Food to Order parcels.