Family and friends of Dylan Thomson came together for an annual memorial football match at Bannerman High School, and raised over £730 for young cancer patients in his memory.
The 400 people who ran for CLIC Sargent in this year's London Marathon have raised an incredible £830,000 for young cancer patients.
Evie, a brave big sister from Bridgwater, organised a charity ‘Back to Front’ day at school in support of her baby sister who has cancer.
This June, 247 tractors left the Saltwater Brig, Newtownards and took to the roads around the splendid Ards Peninsula in support of CLIC Sargent and Action Cancer.
Around 240 pupils from Kilmaine Primary School, Bangor took part in a sponsored walk and raised a fantastic £2,414 for children and young people with cancer.
Kim Baker and son Nick, who is currently being supported by CLIC Sargent following a Hodgkin Lymphoma diagnosis in December 2015, have raised an amazing £1,320 through a sponsored walk with friends and family in Kent.
Spittal Primary School in Rutherglen took part in CLIC Sargent's Wig Wednesday and raised £241 for young cancer patients.
Employees from Network Rail took part in Wig Wednesday bucket collections at rail stations across the country, raising an incredible £1,687 for children and young people with cancer.
Owners and fans from across the world gathered in Warwickshire to celebrate 25 years since the launch of the Figaro car with a party like no other - 266 colour-coordinated cars lined up ready for inspection by hordes of car enthusiasts! Proceeds from the weekend raised £995 for CLIC Sargent.
The children and young people’s cancer support charity CLIC Sargent has been awarded £75,738 from the Masonic Charitable Foundation to help improve the lives of 16-24-year-olds who are going through cancer treatment in the South East.