A cancer charity for children and young people is appealing for support after a fire devastated one of their much loved charity shops, resulting in a loss of income in the thousands.
Saraya, 14, from Portsmouth, had her head shaved to raise money in memory of her brother Clayton and friends, Louie and Leon.
A new Christmas song aiming to raise money for CLIC Sargent was debuted along with a 1,500-strong children’s choir at the Royal Albert Hall.
As an early Christmas present, our friends at Uber have kindly agreed to donate £5 for every new sign up with the code CLICSARGENT15 to support our Christmas appeal to stop cancer costing Christmas for young cancer patients.
Christmas carol concerts in aid of CLIC Sargent are kicking off across Scotland to support young lives against cancer.
Staff at Marion’s house, CLIC Sargent’s Home from Home in Glasgow, are celebrating their first Christmas since opening in February 2016.
On Thursday 17 November, CLIC Sargent’s Simon Morgan-Jones joined the team on the BBC Breakfast sofa as part of its A Light on Cancer week.
Fourteen families of young cancer patients staying at CLIC Sargent’s Home from Homes in Northern Ireland were treated to a delicious festive breakfast with Father Christmas.
On Wednesday 21 December CLIC Sargent staff and families at Nottingham Home from Home, Billy’s house, are celebrating Christmas in style with a festive party.
The festive fun has already kicked off at Paul’s House, CLIC Sargent’s Home from home in London, as trees are decorated, presents are donated and mince pies eaten in preparation for Christmas!