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Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Don’t let children face cancer alone

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. As lockdown eases, young cancer patients are facing more challenges than ever.

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Don’t let families face cancer alone

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A child’s cancer diagnosis is always traumatic, especially now. For as little as £3 a month, you can stop cancer tearing families apart.

Get information and support

Coronavirus - advice for cancer patients
Coronavirus advice and resources to help you through this unsettling time
Supporting you through coronavirus
Daisy - who has been supported by CLIC Sargent
Everything you might need when you've been diagnosed with cancer.
My cancer toolkit
Sofyan - a young cancer patient - and his mum
Your go-to place for all the info you might need as a parent
My child has cancer
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Thrive Not Just Survive Grant

It's back! We've teamed up with Societe Generale UK to offer young people with cancer grants to get their career or education back on track.
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