CLIC Sargent UK Fundraising Manager Toni Henderson has scooped the top prize at the Institute of Fundraising’s National Awards, held annually to recognise excellence in the industry.
Sunday 24 June saw 56 brave daredevils abseil 100 feet down the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle in aid of CLIC Sargent. Once all the money is collected the event looks set to raise a fantastic £10,000.
Managing Director of Premier Lifestyle Conservatories, Alan May, was first made aware of CLIC Sargent last year when he visited CLIC Court, the Oxford Home from Home.
We are delighted that up and coming racing driver Laura Tillett has decided to support CLIC Sargent by adding our logo to her Team Fortec Formula Renault BARC car. Laura was inspired to support CLIC Sargent when she saw our recent television advert.
CLIC Sargent Northern Ireland celebrated their partnership with the Irish Open on Tuesday night by extending a big ‘thank you’ to everyone involved in the 2012 championship at Royal Portrush Golf Club.
Following the publication of Don’t Let Me Down today by Marie Curie Cancer Care and Together for Short Lives, Paul Gathercole, Assistant Director of Services and palliative care specialist at CLIC Sargent, said:
CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people, has welcomed a range of proposals published today to ensure the NHS meets the health outcomes that matter most to children and young people.
The Stirling fundraising team raised £7,500 for CLIC Sargent and also scooped two out of three of their own national UK awards for their dedication to fundraising within Prudential UK.
Commenting on the publication of Together for Health – Cancer Delivery Plan by the Welsh Government, Simon Morgan-Jones, CLIC Sargent’s Services Manager for Wales, said: "CLIC Sargent welcomes the Welsh Government’s ambition to improve the quality of cancer services for patients of all ages, whe
On 14 May, Craig Bradley laced up his walking boots and started his 186 mile walk of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.