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Come Together for #WorldCancerDay

Strength, hope, unity, friendship. These four words mean a lot to young cancer patients and their families. They bring much-needed positivity to help them through the toughest times. So let’s celebrate these small but mighty words. Because nothing can take them away from us, no matter what life throws our way.

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Come Together for #WorldCancerDay

Strength, hope, unity, friendship. These four words mean a lot to young cancer patients and their families. They bring much-needed positivity to help them through the toughest times. So let’s celebrate these small but mighty words. Because nothing can take them away from us, no matter what life throws our way.

Don’t miss your chance to share a piece of positivity and show you stand with young lives against cancer.

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These four powerful words were selected by Sam and Enna. Two young people who have been supported by CLIC Sargent. They mean a lot to them and we’re pretty sure they must mean a lot to you too. We’ve all experienced some tough times over the last year and without these things, our journey would be a lot harder.

Does one person spring to mind when you read these words? Why not give them a shout out on our dedication page and tell us why? From a simple thanks to an image or a story, help us build our wall of appreciation. Go on…brighten their day with a special thank you.

You could also join in by sharing what these words mean to you on social media and tagging us. Let’s stand together and share some kindness.

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SHARE A PIECE OF POSITIVITY

These four powerful words were selected by Sam and Enna. Two young people who have been supported by CLIC Sargent. They mean a lot to them and we’re pretty sure they must mean a lot to you too. We’ve all experienced some tough times over the last year and without these things, our journey would be a lot harder.

Does one person spring to mind when you read these words? Why not give them a shout out on our dedication page and tell us why? From a simple thanks to an image or a story, help us build our wall of appreciation. Go on…brighten their day with a special thank you.

You could also join in by sharing what these words mean to you on social media and tagging us. Let’s stand together and share some kindness.

Add your message 

Sam

Diagnosed with a acute lymphoblastic leukaemia at 11 years old.

“‘Strength’ and ‘unity’ sum up the most important things that have got me through the last few years. I know I’m stronger after cancer, I can achieve almost anything if I try.”

For as long as he can remember, Sam has wanted to become a professional artist. Painting and drawing was a release to get him through his treatment – something he could do from home, despite being tired a lot of the time and not being able to attend school much. Looking to the positives and how he could use his skills for good, Sam started designing posters for the hospital ward and creating designs for CLIC Sargent’s partnership with Morrisons.

Sam’s now in his final year of high school and is taking three art-related GCSEs. He is positive about the future and hopes to attend Central Saint Martins, one of the best universities of arts in the world.

Stand united for young people like Sam this World Cancer Day.

Sam

Diagnosed with a acute lymphoblastic leukaemia at 11 years old.

“‘Strength’ and ‘unity’ sum up the most important things that have got me through the last few years. I know I’m stronger after cancer, I can achieve almost anything if I try.”

For as long as he can remember, Sam has wanted to become a professional artist. Painting and drawing was a release to get him through his treatment – something he could do from home, despite being tired a lot of the time and not being able to attend school much. Looking to the positives and how he could use his skills for good, Sam started designing posters for the hospital ward and creating designs for CLIC Sargent’s partnership with Morrisons.

Sam’s now in his final year of high school and is taking three art-related GCSEs. He is positive about the future and hopes to attend Central Saint Martins, one of the best universities of arts in the world.

Stand united for young people like Sam this World Cancer Day.

Enna

Diagnosed with a brain tumor when she was seven years old.

These words helped me throughout my cancer journey and inspired me to fight through it. I hope they bring everyone hope and strength at a time we need it most.

Enna’s treatment was lengthy but during that time, ‘hope’ in particular had a special meaning to her. She remembers that it was how CLIC Sargent made her feel – hopeful and positive for the future.

Today Enna, now 17 years old, is making the most of her creative talents and is looking to the future. She is studying production arts at college with hopes to do this as a career later in life.

Stay hopeful for young people like Enna this World Cancer Day.

Enna

Diagnosed with a brain tumor when she was seven years old.

These words helped me throughout my cancer journey and inspired me to fight through it. I hope they bring everyone hope and strength at a time we need it most.

Enna’s treatment was lengthy but during that time, ‘hope’ in particular had a special meaning to her. She remembers that it was how CLIC Sargent made her feel – hopeful and positive for the future.

Today Enna, now 17 years old, is making the most of her creative talents and is looking to the future. She is studying production arts at college with hopes to do this as a career later in life.

Stay hopeful for young people like Enna this World Cancer Day.

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