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Burgess Hill family backs British strawberry campaign for cancer charity

A mum from Burgess Hill whose son was diagnosed with cancer when he was just 18-months-old is calling for people to buy strawberries, and help stop cancer destroying young lives.

Comedy night raises over £1,500!

Jess and mum Pia, of Radlett, Hertfordshire have raised over £1,500 by arranging a comedy night in aid of young lives against cancer.

Facebook friends take on Scooby-Doo world record marathon attempt

A group of five Facebook friends from around the UK are putting themselves through their paces to train for their Scooby-Doo themed Guinness World Record London Marathon effort.

British Ceramic Tile end charity partnership on a high

Devon company House of British Ceramic Tile ended a three year partnership with CLIC Sargent on a high by raising £4,000. 

University Ball raises £6,500 in student's legacy

The Allister Boyd Legacy Group of Glasgow Caledonian University's glamourous annual charity ball raised £6,500, to be shared between CLIC Sargent and Teenage Cancer Trust.

Liam's £20,000 challenge for CLIC Sargent

Liam Thom from Aberdeenshire has set himself the challenge of raising £20,000 for CLIC Sargent by the time he turns 30 in 2022. His challenges include taking part in this year’s London Marathon.

Bereaved parents in Wales no longer have to pay funeral fees for children

CLIC Sargent has welcomed the Welsh Government’s announcement today (Saturday 25 March) that bereaved parents will no longer have to pay funeral fees for children. 

Sponsored spell raises thousands!

The pupils at Prince Avenue Academy, Southend on Sea, were set the task of learning how to spell 10 words in a sponsored spell to raise funds for CLIC Sargent.

Donate items from the CLIC Sargent Wish List

Online shoppers can join our fight for young lives against cancer and donate items from the CLIC Sargent Wish List available on Amazon.

Cancer Home from Home gets a garden facelift from People’s Postcode Lottery volunteers

Green-fingered volunteers from People’s Postcode Lottery put in some gardening work at a Glasgow home for young cancer patients.

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