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Cancer Home from Home gets a garden facelift from People’s Postcode Lottery volunteers

Green-fingered volunteers from People’s Postcode Lottery put in some gardening work at a Glasgow home for young cancer patients.

Northamptonshire bar night, For Tomorrow, raises vital funds

An event at The Charles Bradlaugh, Northamptonshire, has raised an amazing £711 in support of local toddler Nancy.

Coleford disco and head shave raises £3,680

Coleford locals came together for their annual charity disco at Forest Hills Golf Club. Organisers William and Grace put together a wonderful raffle and William became a life shaver, raising a phenomenal £3,680 for CLIC Sargent.

The Riviera Sound raise over £2,700 for young lives against cancer

Throughout 2016 The Riviera Sound hosted various fundraising events to support CLIC Sargent, including a Historic Spanish Ball during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

Children’s funeral costs: we’ll keep fighting

Although disappointed that the Chancellor did not announce the creation of a Children’s Funeral Fund in his Budget today, CLIC Sargent is determined to continue fighting for families who desperately need support with the cost of their child’s funeral. 

Mel and Kim's carpool karaoke

Melanie Ward and Kim Fudge are taking part in the London Marathon and to raise money for CLIC Sargent they have come up with a unique way to fundraise - asking people to request songs they will sing together in their car!

Chancellor urged to create a children’s funeral fund

CLIC Sargent is urging Chancellor Philip Hammond to ease the financial burden for grieving parents of paying for their child’s funeral by creating a national Children’s Funeral Fund in the upcoming Budget on 8 March.

Kaiser Chiefs’ tour gives £5k fundraising boost to young lives struck by cancer

Young lives struck by cancer were given a £5,000 fundraising boost as CLIC Sargent was invited to collect money at the Kaiser Chiefs’ recent national tour.

Lucy was supported by CLIC Sargent, now she's running the London Marathon

Lucy da Costa was diagnosed with a brain tumour when she was 11 months old. Now aged 19, she is taking part in the 2017 London Marathon, raising money for CLIC Sargent, which supported her family. Here, she tells her story.

Janet and Darren to run the London Marathon in memory of son Liam

Janet Buckley is taking part in her second London Marathon and this year will be joined by her husband Darren to run in memory of their son Liam, who sadly died of cancer in October 2015. Here, Janet tells their story.