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Autumn statement – Cancer struck families still not managing with financial impact

Families struck by cancer are not managing the financial impact of the diagnosis and need more support – CLIC Sargent claims.

CLIC Sargent Social Worker receives Stephen Sutton excellence award

Jane Sutton, the mother of inspirational teenager Stephen Sutton MBE, joined friends and family at Coventry University at the graduation of the first students to receive a scholarship named in her late son’s memory yesterday. 

Volunteers enter the ring in support of Harry

Friends and family of four-year-old Harry organised a charity boxing event to raise money for children and young people with cancer.

Families ‘just about managing’ until cancer strikes – CLIC Sargent warning for Autumn Statement

Families who were financially stable until they were struck by childhood and young people’s cancer must be supported in the upcoming Autumn Statement, CLIC Sargent warns.

Drop in state funding for palliative care charities – CLIC Sargent response

CLIC Sargent, the young cancer patients support charity, is concerned by a Together for Short Lives report which warns of a state funding crisis for chil

Trekking the Great Wall of China

Kat Tetley works in CLIC Sargent's Challenge Events team and took part in the charity's Great Wall of China Trek 2016.

Streamvale Open Farm raises over £2,000 for the Team McCurry fund

The family run dairy farm in Belfast celebrated its 29th birthday with CLIC Sargent, in support of the McCurry family and our work with young cancer patients.

Leeds family back childhood ‘cancer costs’ campaign

Paresh and Bhavna Rathod from Headingley in Leeds, whose son Rohan was diagnosed with cancer aged 2, are backing a new campaign from children and young people’s cancer support charity CLIC Sargent that aims to highlight and ease the

Glendarragh Santa Sleigh Run

Michael Crouser and Glendarragh Party Tub & Bouncy Castle Hire will be bringing Santa and his sleigh to six Lidl Northern Ireland stores across County Down and Greater Belfast, to support young lives against cancer with CLIC Sargent. 

Pete's celebratory dinner raises over £5,000

Pete Jerrett has celebrated the end of his three-year chemotherapy treatment by raising over £5,000 for CLIC Sargent.

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