CLIC Sargent has joined forces with nine other cancer charities in an #ActofUnity for World Cancer Day and is calling on supporters to join us in the fight for young lives vs cancer.
A sumptuous fundraising ball will be held in Edinburgh to raise funds for free accommodation, for young cancer patients and their families.
Abbey Peebles is to take on the Thames Path Challenge for CLIC Sargent after the charity supported her son Fraser, 17, who is currently undergoing treatment for leukaemia.
Charity of the year partner David Wilson Homes - South Midlands has so far raised almost £6,000 for young lives against cancer.
Shoppers and passers-by at Spitalfields Market, London have helped raise over £1,700 for CLIC Sargent by making a donation to have some fun in a giant Snow Globe during the Christmas holidays.
For the 34th year running, the Midlands Hospitals’ Choir performed at the Birmingham Town Hall, raising £2,800 for young lives against cancer.
A young trumpeter who fought kidney cancer as a child performed as part of a fundraising concert in Motherwell, raising £1,900 for children and young people with cancer.
Mother, 48, and daughter, 13, who finished cancer treatment on the same day, back CLIC Sargent for Morrisons' charity partner
Mother and daughter cancer survivors Josie Connar, 48, and her 13-year-old daughter Ruby from Cranbrook, Devon, are backing a campaign to win £7 million for CLIC Sargent, the support charity which got the family through their hardest times.
For the ninth year running, Old Park Primary School in Wednesbury held a sponsored day of dancing by taking part in CLIC Sargent’s Practice-a-thon in memory of one of its pupils.
Signing up to be part of Team CLIC Sargent in this year’s Brighton Marathon, Dan Snow is doing all he can to show support to his friend Aaron who bravely battled brain cancer.