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Brockworth dad stars in Christmas campaign for charity that supported his family after his son was diagnosed with cancer
Tim Sadler, a primary school teacher from Brockworth, Gloucestershire, stars in CLIC Sargent’s new Christmas fundraising campaign. Tim and his family were supported by the charity after his son Michael was diagnosed with cancer just before his third birthday in April 2014.
Maddison Harris wins Young Fundraiser of the Year at JustGiving Awards for raising over £40,000 for CLIC Sargent
The ninth annual JustGiving Awards took place on Tuesday evening to celebrate amazing individuals, charities and teams who have fundraised to change lives and make a positive contribution to charities and good causes. Our very own fundraiser Maddison Harris took home the award for Young Fundraiser of the Year, for her Brave the Shave challenge ‘Don’t Stare It’s Only Hair’.
CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading cancer support charity for young cancer patients, is celebrating ten years of its award-winning participation service.
Eight young singers who have all overcome cancer will be performing around the country this Christmas, to raise money for the charity that supported them through their cancer journey.
A range of kids meals that have been tried and tested by CLIC Sargent's very own ‘Little Tasters’ has been launched at Morrisons.
CLIC Sargent and charity partners H. Samuel and Ernest Jones have joined forces to launch Barnaby the CLIC Sargent bear, a plush teddy being sold to raise money for the charity’s work supporting young cancer patients.
New research by CLIC Sargent has found that 31% of children and young people with cancer are missing out on the right age-appropriate specialist care and support. In Kate Lee, CLIC Sargent Chief Executive's blog, she explains how the charity is attempting to close the gap by reaching out to organisations to work in partnership as well as launching a survey to hear from young people and parents who have not received support.
Almost a third of young people diagnosed with cancer in the UK are missing out on vital support to help them cope. Research by CLIC Sargent, shows that 31 per cent of children and young people diagnosed with cancer in 2017/18 went unsupported
Prime Minister Theresa May said she “absolutely recognises that there’s more to do” to support young cancer patients and their families, and has agreed for a Government Minister to meet with CLIC Sargent and Robert Halfon MP to discuss the CLIC Sargent Young Cancer Patient Travel Fund.
Government fails to address cost of travel for young cancer patients in Budget announcement – CLIC Sargent response
Young people’s cancer charity CLIC Sargent has expressed its disappointment that the voices of over 30,000 people calling for a Young Cancer Patient Travel Fund have been completely ignored in today’s Budget.