Dad Andy decided he wanted to 'give something back' to CLIC Sargent after daughter Daisy was diagnosed with leukaemia and supported by the charity.
The winner of the ITV West Regional Pride of Britain Award was long term supporter of CLIC Sargent, Luke Claxton.
Nick Glossop and two of his friends, Johnny and Keith, cycled from Plymouth to Birmingham Children’s Hospital in aid of CLIC Sargent, calling in at 12 Boston Tea Party cafés along the way – calling it ‘Tour de Boston’!
Laura Mason, from Reading, has raised £3,805 for CLIC Sargent as her 15 year old brother-in-law is being treated for leukaemia and is being supported by the charity.
Broad Oak Community Primary School has continued its fundraising for CLIC Sargent by recently taking part in a sponsored spelling event.
In 2006 Lizzie and Ian sadly lost their big sister and daughter to cancer. Subsequently, they have campaigned tirelessly for CLIC Sargent and have raised over £14,000. Here we talk to Lizzie about fundraising and how she recently took part in the Great Wall of China Trek.
CLIC Sargent Social Workers from Queen Elizabeth Hospital organised a Charity Football Tournament. The event saw young people, families, nurses and CLIC Sargent support staff, come together to play in what was a very fun tournament.
CLIC Sargent would like to say a huge thank you to the Berkshire Freemasons who have supported the charity for the past 11 years by providing keen volunteers at fundraising events.
Sarah White, the founder of charity Supershoes presented its 1000th pair of customised shoes to young cancer patient Reo earlier this month, who is supported by CLIC Sargent.
Christopher, a pupil at Great Walstead in Sussex, has given his school’s CLIC Sargent fundraising a huge boost, raising over £1,000 with a performance at a local Jazz and Pimms Festival.