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Incorporated Society of Musicians to hold Christmas Concert for CLIC Sargent

Around 45 young people involved in the Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM), will be performing at a Christmas Concert on 6 December in support of CLIC Sargent.

The Grace Notes release Christmas single for CLIC Sargent

Cornish band The Grace Notes, has released a Christmas single to raise funds for CLIC Sargent.

CLIC Sargent supports Cancer Campaigning Group report on integration

A new report from the Cancer Campaigning Group (CCG) has shown that cancer patients need better integrated care.

Classic FM chooses CLIC Sargent for Christmas Appeal

CLIC Sargent is one of four charities benefitting from the Classic FM Christmas Appeal. The appeal hopes to raise £25,000 to help children and young people with cancer and their families.

Staff at SGS College raise over £1,795 for children with cancer

Staff at the South Gloucestershire and Stroud (SGS) College campus based in Filton, Bristol have donated an incredible £1,795.57 to CLIC Sargent, following their successful ‘It’s a Knock Out’ fundraiser held in the summer.

St Joseph’s Primary School pupils raise £913 for CLIC Sargent

Pupils from St Joseph’s Primary School in Bessbrook, Newry and Mourne have raised £913 for CLIC Sargent by organising a Halloween cake sale, raffle and staff lunch.

Jane and friends raise £776 for CLIC Sargent

Jane Husted and her friends have raised a fantastic £776 for CLIC Sargent by organizing various fundraising events.

The Northern Ireland Boy’s Football Association pledge continued support

The Northern Ireland Boy’s Football Association (NIBFA) has pledged to continue to support CLIC Sargent, having already raised £10,000 for children and young people with cancer over the past four years.

CLIC Sargent charity ball and auction raises over £7,500

On Saturday 13 October, more than 130 guests attended the annual CLIC Sargent Ball held in The Hotel Bristol in Newquay.

CLIC Sargent welcomes key working paper

Early Support, an organisation which works to ensure services for children, young people and their families are better co-ordinated, published a new paper on 16 November 2012, outlining how having a key worker could improve the support children and young people receive in a range of situations.