Corporate partners, Saffery Champness has helped CLIC Sargent give two boys a once in a life time trip to visit the McLaren Technology Factory.
When Dean Bennell and Lyndon Gower-Oian from Essex heard that their best friend Will had been diagnosed with a brain tumour, they wanted to help but didn’t know how.
Surrey grandad David Standley organised two sponsored walks on Saturday which raised more than £3,000 to be split between CLIC Sargent, the UK's leading cancer charity for children and young people, and the Royal Marsden Paediatric Unit.
Sharon Breslin set up the Gary Breslin Especially For You Fund in memory of her loving son Gary, who passed away in February 2012 with a brain tumour. A recent fundraising event included a memorial golf day and a walk to remember Gary.
Ballycarry Community Association chose CLIC Sargent's Northern Ireland Homes from Home appeal to benefit from their Broadisland Gathering 20th anniversary celebrations.
Devon Dub Fest is a family festival aimed at Volkswagen lovers. Supporting CLIC Sargent, the weekend will include local live bands, DJs, traders, auto jumble and other entertainment, and of course lots of stunning VWs.
British celebrities dare to bear their voices for CLIC Sargent ‘Care with a Bear’ eBay campaign.
On 30 June the Summer Shambles concert took place at the The Royal British Legion in Croxley Green, raising a brilliant £750 for children and young people with cancer.
CLIC Sargent service user, Libby Heal will be featuring in a Channel 4 documentary about life after cancer and living with the disease. The programme will be screened as part of the station's cancer season, Stand Up To Cancer.
A team of over forty ran for Reece, a three year old boy diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL), in 2012's Reading Half Marathon. Raising over £15,000, Team Reece did an amazing job running 13.1 miles in aid of CLIC Sargent and we would like to say a huge thank you.