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Good sports from stage and screen hit Peterborough for footballing fundraising extravaganza

A host of stars from stage and screen including former boxing champion Ricky Hatton and ex-footballer Neil ‘Razor’ Ruddock descend on Peterborough today (1 July) to raise money for children and young people’s cancer support charity CLIC Sargent.

Snack & Give Back with McVitie’s

Every pack of McVitie’s biscuits bought at Morrisons over the next two weeks will raise money to increase the number of specialist nurses working with young cancer patients. Help us meet our target of £100,000 simply by restocking your biscuit tin.

McVitie’s and Morrisons introduce ‘Snack and Give Back’ for CLIC Sargent

This summer, McVitie’s is working with Morrisons to raise crucial funds for the UK’s leading young persons’ cancer charity, CLIC Sargent.

CLIC Sargent launches Outreach Information Resource

CLIC Sargent has launched an online information resource for health professionals, social care professionals and education staff who support children and teens with cancer in the community. 

People’s Postcode Lottery names room in cancer haven as it celebrates £4.8million raised by players for CLIC Sargent

A room in a Glasgow haven for families of young cancer patients has been given a new name by the team at People’s Postcode Lottery.

CLIC Sargent reveals ‘Hidden Cost’ mental health impact for young people with cancer

CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people, has today launched a report which reveals the shocking ‘Hidden Costs’ of a cancer diagnosis and its impact on young people’s mental health. 

Regional Service ensures cancer services for more teenagers and young adults across Northern Ireland

A new service providing age appropriate clinical and psychosocial support to teenagers and young adults (TYA) living with cancer across Northern Ireland was launched today. 

Our reaction to research breakthrough for neuroblastoma

CLIC Sargent welcomes the results of a major European trial which shows that children with a high-risk form of neuroblastoma will benefit from a treatment regime

Chris, 21, takes part in a photo shoot with photographer to the stars Richard Young

Chris Carberry, 21, was one of six young people from around the UK picked by CLIC Sargent to take part in a photo shoot at Richard Young's London studio as part of the charity's #NoFilter4Cancer campaign.

J D Wetherspoon fundraising for young cancer patients hits amazing £14 million total

Staff of J D Wetherspoon are celebrating having raised an incredible £14 million to support young lives struck by cancer with CLIC Sargent.

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