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Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

This September, as people settled into the ‘new normal’, young cancer patients faced new challenges and anxieties. We wanted them to know they hadn’t been forgotten.

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While many people saw friends, got back to school or work, and took trips away, some young cancer patients still faced strict guidelines and an uncertain future. Our services are still needed more than ever – and so is your support.

It’s not too late to buy a pin badge, share your story or fundraise for us.

How you can get involved

Host a sponsored event

Download our fundraising toolkit, which has everything you need to promote your event.

Host a sponsored event

Wear your gold ribbon pin

Order our exclusive gold ribbon pin badge from our online shop and wear it with pride.

Wear your gold ribbon pin

Make your own gold ribbon

Let your creativity flow! Make your own gold ribbon to support young cancer patients.

Make your own gold ribbon

“I wouldn’t have been able to do this on my own”

“That time during lockdown (in hospital) was one of the most intensive things we have gone through with everything – nobody to talk to, limited social interaction with other parents,” says Amira, Sumayyah’s mum. “With isolation, we just didn’t know what was going to happen but CLIC Sargent did all they could to help. We are really grateful for everything they have done for us.”

“I wouldn’t have been able to do this on my own”

“That time during lockdown (in hospital) was one of the most intensive things we have gone through with everything – nobody to talk to, limited social interaction with other parents,” says Amira, Sumayyah’s mum. “With isolation, we just didn’t know what was going to happen but CLIC Sargent did all they could to help. We are really grateful for everything they have done for us.”

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Without any funding from the government, CLIC Sargent has been here throughout the Covid-19 crisis helping families navigate their way through the unknown. We have provided emotional support, financial advice, and a safe space for the whole family. But as the situation continues to unfold, we need your support. Donate today and let children like Sumayyah and their families know they haven’t been forgotten.

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