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Make change happen for young cancer patients - our General Election statement

While the UK waits to see who will form the next Government following the General Election, CLIC Sargent calls on parliamentarians to make change happen for young cancer patients.

Hats on for Kilmaine Primary

The wonderful pupils of Kilmaine Primary School, Bangor County Down, donned their wacky hats for a day and raised an incredible £1,400 for young lives against cancer!  

Boyz Aloud raise £1,350 for young lives against cancer

Shetland band 'Boyz Aloud' brought the roof down at a charity gig, helping to raise vital funds for young lives against cancer.  

CLIC Sargent supporter wins Pride of Devon Award

CLIC Sargent supporter and La La Choir Director, Samantha Abrahams, has recently been awarded the Pride of Devon Community Contribution 2017 award for her commitment to young lives against cancer.

Young cancer patients: how to vote for the first time in the general election

If you’re voting for the first time in the UK general election on 8 June 2017, we’ve put together a handy guide on what to expect.

Young cancer survivors perform in 'virtual choir' from studios, homes and even hospital beds

A group of young cancer survivors have released a touching music video as a ‘virtual choir’ to celebrate CLIC Sargent's new campaign. 

CLIC Sargent launches #NoFilter4Cancer to share young people's real life experiences of cancer

Today CLIC Sargent is launching its #Nofilter4cancer campaign, a month-long awareness drive which aims to reveal the ‘hidden costs’ of cancer for young people in body image, self-care and mental health.

Young cancer patients organise ‘Kick Cancer Cup’ in Sheffield

A group of young cancer patients have organised and are competing in a football tournament on Saturday 3 June at the home of Sheffield United Community Foundation (SUCF), The SteelPhalt SUFC Academy, that aims to dispel the myths that enjoying life and playing sport has to stop due to a cancer d

People’s Postcode Lottery hits £4 million milestone for young cancer patients

Young lives struck by cancer have been given a huge £4million boost thanks to funding from players of People’s Postcode Lottery for CLIC Sargent. The charity, which fights for young lives affected by cancer, will use the funds to provide vital support to young patients from the moment of th

Marlow U12s don their kits in support of CLIC Sargent

The Marlow Rugby Union Football Club U12s have added CLIC Sargent’s logo to their playing kit so that they can support young lives against cancer.

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