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Jubilee Club supports CLIC Sargent

The Jubilee Club in Walker, Newcastle upon Tyne raised over £1,200 for CLIC Sargent by holding a charity night to show support for a local family whose teenage son died of cancer over five years ago.

Newton Flotman community comes together to raise funds and smiles

The thriving community of Newton Flotman enjoyed a day of fun in the sunshine complete with football tournament, barbecue, raffle and tombola to raise vital funds for CLIC Sargent.

Adnams to support CLIC Sargent during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Adnams Southwold, the multi-award-winning UK brewer, distiller and retailer is to support CLIC Sargent via Pennies, the digital money box scheme.

Hollie pulls on her trainers for best friend Josh

10-year-old Hollie took part in her second Race for Life event, running the 5K course for a very special little boy – her best mate Josh. She completed it in 22 minutes and raised more than £500 for CLIC Sargent.

Two young cancer patients become the closest of friends during treatment

In celebration of International Friendship Day, Elisha shares how forming a friendship with another young cancer patient in hospital, helped her get through her cancer treatment.

Mum organises charity night and raises over £1,000

Dianne Price was so grateful for the support her daughter received from CLIC Sargent that she organised a charity night in Ellesmere Port, and raised a wonderful £1,050 for young cancer patients.

Molly creates a buzz with bold new hair cut

A Bearsden Primary School pupil is turning heads with her new look after becoming a ‘life-shaver’ in support of children and young people with cancer, and their families.

£5,000 marks five years for Sainsbury's store

Sainsbury’s Trowbridge has completed a year-long local charity partnership with CLIC Sargent having raised £5,000, the most the store has raised in a single year since it opened five years ago. 

Coventry volunteers raise over £5,000 in just a few months

A group of volunteers from Coventry have been carrying out bucket collections for the last few months in their local supermarkets, raising a fantastic £5,157 for children and young people with cancer.

The Gerard Logue Memorial Fund raises over £70,000

Now in its 11th year, the Gerard Logue Memorial Fund has raised over £70,000 for children and young people with cancer.

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