Karen McCaffrey, from Sunderland, is one of the parents involved in the campaign. Her daughter Beth was just four-years-old when she was diagnosed with leukaemia.
Karen said: "When Beth was diagnosed it was a massive shock, because she didn’t really seem to have any symptoms.
“We’d just come back from holiday and she had been fine.
“She’d had a bad leg, which had started that morning when I dropped her off at nursery.
“When the GP heard, she was sent straight to Sunderland Royal Hospital.
“Luckily the condition had been caught fairly early, but treatment still hit the family hard.
“Now nine years old Beth is happy and healthy and like any other young girl her age, thinking she’s 16!”
CLIC Sargent Fundraising Manager Dee Tyler said: “I am completely in awe of what the Glow Gold September campaign team have achieved, all on a volunteer basis.
“They have recruited venues from far and wide including the Millennium Bridge in Newcastle to Los Angeles Airport in America.
“They should be so proud of everything they have achieved.”