A huge thank you goes out to Tristan and Sarah Carter and all at Curtain Up Theatre School for their recent participation in CLIC Sargent’s national fundraising campaign for young performers, Practice-a-thon.
In April 2012, students at Uxbridge High School lost their friend and classmate Jamaal Salandy to a brain tumour. On Thursday 12 July, two forms in year 10 presented a cheque to Elizabeth Charing from CLIC Sargent for £230.15.
Members of Sheffield University’s Lacrosse Club have been busy fundraising for CLIC Sargent in memory of their friend Holly Willis who sadly died in March 2011 aged 21. Holly, who was from Hertfordshire and supported by CLIC Sargent, was a student of the university and a member of the club.
CLIC Sargent has been presented with over £6,000 at the recently held Scottish Entertainment Guide Awards. CLIC Sargent was the charity partner for the event, hosted by Glasgow TV Presenter and Comedian, Des Clarke. The charitable donation was presented by Warren Paul, event organiser.
Many thanks to The Rotary Club of Glasgow for their amazing recent fundraising efforts and a cheque for £7,000.
Three friends, Tracey, Catherine and Carole are taking on Yorkshire’s three highest peaks this September to support CLIC Sargent.
Young performers from the Music Centre in Whitby perfected their musical skills with a special sponsored rehearsal as part of the Practice-a-thon fundraising campaign.
Former New Zealand U17 and current Tonbridge Juddians rugby star, Thomas Nabbs, took to the field at the annual Olney 7's rugby tournament and for each try he scored during the tournament he raised much needed funds for children and young people with cancer.
Keith Moore, Goole Town Mayor for 2011/12, has raised the most money ever to be raised for the Mayor’s chosen charities in Goole.
A cheque for £5,374 was recently presented to CLIC Sargent by staff at Cortamlet Primary School who took part in a 10 mile sponsored walk.