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NCS students join the fight for young lives against cancer

Following a session on the We Activate programme, a group of students decided to organise a gig to fundraise for CLIC Sargent.

Another £4,700 raised as MFS investment management joins our fight

MFS, a leading global asset manager, has sponsored Wig Wednesday for the past two years, a campaign that has raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for young cancer patients. 

ForeSound School of Music raises over £700 through Practice-a-thon event

Young performers from ForeSound School of Music practiced and perfected their musical skills as part of CLIC Sargent’s Practice-a-thon fundraising campaign, raising over £700!

Newquay’s Dip for CLIC raise’s almost £1,000

Newquay Harbour held host to our fifth CLIC Sargent New Year's Day Dip and a large crowd of well-wishers watched and cheered as over 60 audacious dippers took to the water.

La La Choir raise record amount

The La La Choir hosted ‘CLIC for Christmas 2016’ at Exeter Cathedral and raised a staggering £12,000 for children and young people with cancer.  

Ben swims 1.5 miles in support of best friend

Ben, aged 10, from Cubert in Cornwall, raised just over £2,000 to say thank you to CLIC Sargent. He was inspired to fundraise following the news that his best friend Jake, 11, had been diagnosed with leukaemia.

Rotary Club of Frome raise record amount

The Rotary Club of Frome celebrated their 24th annual occasion and raised an amazing £2,491 for CLIC Sargent.

Lidl UK raises £1.6million for CLIC Sargent

CLIC Sargent is proud to announce that our partnership with Lidl UK has now raised £1.6 million - an incredible £600,000 over target, making 2016 the retailer’s most successful fundraising year to date.

Two families take over Stansted Airport!

As part of the charity partnership between CLIC Sargent and Manchester Airports Group (MAG), staff at Stansted Airport invited families who have been supported by CLIC Sargent to spend the day with them.

One in four parents face going into debt to cover Christmas while those with a child with cancer face an extra £600 bill

One in four (24%) British parents with children aged 18 or under say they will have to go into debt in order to cover the cost of Christmas this year, while those struck by childhood cancer can see their finances “devastated”, a charity warns.

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