Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
Cancer costs more than you might think for young cancer patients and their families in the UK. This Childhood Cancer Awareness Month families are sharing their experiences of travel costs.
Young cancer patients face a 60 mile round trip, on average, to get treatment, costing £180 a month when treatment is at its most intense. Families are facing debt and worrying about how they’ll put petrol in their car or pay train fares.
In the last 12 months, 4,450 young cancer patients and their families have spent around £5 million travelling for treatment. In these uncertain times, CLIC Sargent knows these costs are only going up. Donate this Childhood Cancer Awareness Month to help more families with their travel costs.Donate now
Wear your gold ribbon
This Childhood Cancer Awareness Month you can also support young lives against cancer by wearing our exclusive gold ribbon pin badge.
Get yours in our online shop, at J D Wetherspoon pubs and select H Samuel and Ernest Jones stores. It’s a brand new design for 2019!Get your gold ribbon
Take on Challenge60
Join our fight for young lives against cancer and take on Challenge60 – 60 miles your way this September.
You could run 60 miles throughout the month (two miles a day), complete a 60 mile bike ride, swim everyday or even hop, we don’t mind!
Create your own JustGiving page now to join Challenge60.Join Challenge60