CLIC Sargent today welcomed the Government’s announcement that cancer patients will not face a back-to-work assessment to claim employment and support allowance (ESA) while undergoing or recovering from treatment.
The father of a four-year-old boy with cancer wants to thank people across Bradford for attending the Govindbhai Foundation’s dinner dance and helping to raise more than £6,750 for CLIC Sargent, a cause close to his heart.
The Reverend Jean Marshall, a member of Bodmin Inner Wheel Club has completed a sponsored walk from her home town to Canterbury in Kent, raising £2,900 for children and young people with cancer.
After Ian Sharp’s son Mathew was diagnosed with Leukaemia on Boxing Day he and his family decided to repay the support given to the family by organising a Golf Day at Nazeing Golf Club in July.
CLIC Sargent is celebrating the overwhelming fundraising efforts of its flagship corporate partner; pub group, J D Wetherspoon.
CLIC Sargent announced today that its What now? booklet, a resource for parents of children who have been diagnosed with cancer, won the British Medical Association’s Patient Information Award for Decision Making.
Dobbies Garden Centres has chosen CLIC Sargent to be its national Christmas charity partner this year.
Three young ladies and their mums were pampered for the day by the staff of Blades Hairdressers and The Sanctum in Huntingdon.
For the first time ever, Leeds is going to pay host to a major new contest which aims to blaze a trail for Yorkshire across the UK.
CLIC Sargent today called on the new ministerial teams at the Departments of Health, Education and Work and Pensions to continue to ensure that reforms improve the support available for children and young people with cancer.