A host of buildings across the UK lit up gold to mark Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
Young Molly Noden, eight, from Shropshire has been busy helping to organise a charity ball for CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people, and their families as well as two other charities.
We are so lucky to have so many inspirational people that go the extra mile by taking on a challenge to raise money for children and young people with cancer, and their families.
A host of buildings across the UK will be lighting up gold on September 15 for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
The Newport community came together for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month to raise £890 for children and young people with cancer, and their families.
Writhlington School student, Victoria Horroll, 16, cropped her locks in front of a cheering crowd of fellow pupils to raise over £2,000 for children and young people with cancer, and their families.
The fourth annual Devon Dub Fest took place at Bicton College this summer and raised over £5,000 to help children and young people with cancer and their families.
Bold nine year old from Bristol, Sophie Lowe, created a buzz when she shaved her hair to support children and young people with cancer, and their families.
PartyLite UK Ltd smashed through its target of £200K at its annual Gala Dinner where the raffle alone raised a fantastic £4,500.
Two Welsh drivers took on this challenge of a lifetime to raise money for CLIC Sargent and two other charities. The Mongol Rally started in London and ended in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, covering 10,000 miles of dirt tracks, wild deserts and mountains.