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Mum Anna Palmer is taking on a 13.1 mile challenge after her son Mikey was diagnosed with leukaemia. “I just felt absolutely numb. My whole world imploded. The whole of the family was thrown on to a rollercoaster we couldn’t get off.”
Dad takes on Great North Run after being inspired by his four-year-old son’s shocking cancer journey
A father is taking on the Great North Run to raise vital funds for CLIC Sargent after the charity supported his family when his son Zeke was diagnosed with leukaemia, aged just four years old.
Two grandads and an uncle from Devon are getting on their bikes to take on a 100-mile cycling challenge to raise vital funds for CLIC Sargent after four-year-old grandson and nephew was diagnosed with kidney cancer.
A father inspired by his daughter’s positivity during a devastating cancer journey is taking on his own challenge to raise vital funds for CLIC Sargent.
CLIC Sargent has welcomed the news that from today, no parent in the UK will have to struggle to find the money to pay for their child’s funeral again as the Funeral Fund announced last month is now available for families in England to access.
For every pack of selected Morrisons products sold during July, a donation of between 5-10p will be donated to CLIC Sargent as part of their 'Every Pack Gives Back' campaign.
CLIC Sargent in “momentous” campaign victory for grieving parents as Children’s Funeral Fund finally announced
After two years of tireless campaigning, CLIC Sargent has today welcomed the news that the Government will establish the Children’s Funeral Fund, a move which will mean grieving parents no longer have to fear being plunged into debt by the cost of their child’s funeral.
A young cancer survivor has raised hundreds of pounds in a charity skydive to mark her 21st birthday and thank charities close to her heart for supporting her through it all.
This summer, CLIC Sargent and J D Wetherspoon have come together to design three collectable pin badges, each one representing the story of a young cancer survivor, which will be available in pubs across the UK.