CLIC Sargent Social Workers and colleagues in the Oncology Unit at Sheffield Children’s Hospital are planning a ‘Do It For You Day’ for children and young people who have been diagnosed with cancer and have finished their treatment.
We are looking for individuals to join the Newcastle Christmas Concert choir and take part in the concert which will happen on Sunday the 9 December 2012.
A football tournament in Chippenham held in memory of young sportsman Jamie Walker, who sadly died in a car accident with two of his friends, has raised a staggering £5,000 for CLIC Sargent and Wiltshire Air Ambulance.
Zoopla.co.uk, the leading property website and principal sponsor of West Bromwich Albion FC, and the Albion Foundation, for which Zoopla.co.uk is main sponsor, have launched a new fundraising initiative; Golden Goals, that will benefit CLIC Sargent, amongst other local charities.
John Agnew, from Altrincham, Cheshire, recently joined the growing numbers of people taking on the challenge to shave their head to raise money for CLIC Sargent.
Sacha, a CLIC Sargent supporter from Preston, recently raised over £2,000 through a charity night packed full of entertainment, doubling her £1,000 target.
We were pleased to see that the National Cancer Patient Experience Survey released today showed that there has been a general perception of an improvement in services for cancer patients, and that young cancer patients aged 16 to 25 are more likely to be given information about financial help an
Six children being treated for cancer at Sheffield Children’s Hospital have joined forces to help create Shout Out!, a specialist magazine enabling children throughout the UK to share experiences and have their say about cancer and treatment.
On a bright night in July Ellie Robinson, John Camp and Dave Munro set off from London and took part in the Dunwich Dynamo. This is a free to enter event where you turn up and ride.
Carousel Day Care Nursery in Middlezoy, Bridgwater, managed to raise an incredible £823 through the organisation of a coffee morning. The day was full of baked treats and beverages and it was all in aid of Yummy Mummy Week, CLIC Sargent’s national fundraising campaign.