Smiles at Christmas Appeal

This Christmas, The Sun Newspaper has supported CLIC Sargent through its Smiles at Christmas appeal. Many readers, celebrities and businesses have joined together to raise funds and improve the lives of young cancer patients and their families. 

Smiles at Christmas Appeal

You can help

It's not too late to get involved. Every day, 11 children and young people are diagnosed with cancer. Your donation to the Smiles at Christmas appeal could fund more CLIC Sargent support workers to give families and young cancer patients one-to-one support - and help them cope. 

Help us support families over Christmas:

Callum, aged three, is currently in hospital awaiting a bone marrow transplant this Christmas. See how Father Christmas visited him early this year.

Alex, aged 13, has terminal cancer and is making memories with his family. Read how he met Frank Lampard.  

Reuben, aged three, is currently being treated for cancer. Read how CLIC Sargent supported his family with our 'Christmas holiday house'.

Jason, aged five, is thought to be the world's youngest testicular cancer patient. He was supported by CLIC Sargent at Christmas

CLIC Sargent Nurse Karen, explains how she supports children with cancer

Zaydan, aged three, is in hosptal this Christmas at the end of his treatment for neuroblastoma. 

Isla, now two, was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma on her first birthday, after her parents found a lump on her cheek.

Victoria was diagnosed with the rare cancer embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma last year.

Michelle Heaton, Liberty X singer, brought all the fun of the pantomime to children with cancer in hospital.