Over half term, Zoë, nine, got up to something a little bit different! She took part in the CLIC Sargent Big Buzz campaign to raise over £500 for children and young people with cancer.
The Fenland branch of The Oddfellows is only a small branch but when young Mikayla passed away, they chose to fundraise in her memory to help CLIC Sargent who had supported Mikayla and her family.
A new e-learning module has been created to help doctors and healthcare professionals spot the signs of cancer in children and young people.
When seven-year-old Courtney heard that her young cousin Troy had been diagnosed with leukaemia, she wanted to do something to help.
When senior physiotherapist Rob Walker was diagnosed with cancer in his left foot aged 17, while doing his A-levels, his family received support from CLIC Sargent.
CLIC Sargent's Chief Executive, Kate Lee, has written to Chancellor Philip Hammond to explain why it's vital a Children's Funeral Fund is created to help families cope as best they can when the worst happens.
Prefects at Walton High in Milton Keynes, hosted a charity quiz night in aid of CLIC Sargent, raising over £400 to support children and young people with cancer.
Metcalfe’s skinny popcorn® bags over £50,000 for CLIC Sargent as the pair team up for two more years
Fundraisers at CLIC Sargent are showing their gratitude to Metcalfe’s skinny®, as the popcorn company celebrates smashing its three year fundraising target.
The Lions Club of Tavistock chose CLIC Sargent as one of its charities to benefit from their ‘Trees of Light' Christmas event which raised £6,000 to be split between three charities.
Oswestry School, Bellan House, has joined our fight for young lives against cancer by donning their wigs and raising more than £2,790.