Innovative app, DrugStars, reminds young cancer patients to take their medication - and donates to charity
CLIC Sargent is the second UK charity, and the first UK cancer charity to partner with DrugStars, an innovative app that reminds users to take their medication and lets them review their medication directly in the app.
A song composed by talented London musician Steven Hughes, and mastered by legendary music producer Stuart Epps, who has worked with the likes of Elton John and Oasis, is being streamed today. The song is supporting CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people.
East Midlands firefighters to cycle on a tandem from Land’s End to John O’Groats in four days for CLIC Sargent
Two firefighters from East Midlands Airport are about to embark on a gruelling 850 mile tandem bike ride in just four days, all in aid of CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people and their families.
Luke Claxton and his army of Cambridgeshire family and friends, have been busy fundraising again for CLIC Sargent.
The London Steakhouse Company are offering CLIC Sargent supporters a great deal on their steak and cocktail meal for two - and will even donate £5 to CLIC Sargent for every one bought.
The directors from Paultons Park, have made a donation of £10,000 towards an appeal for a new “Home from Home” close to Southampton Hospital for families to stay in whilst their child is receiving cancer treatment.
A Blandford charity set up in memory of Ted Newton has donated £10,000 towards a new Home from Home close to Southampton Hospital to replace the current home where his family stayed for free to be near Ted.
CLIC Sargent is lending its support to Robert Halfon MP’s new petition to bring an end to car parking charges at NHS hospitals in England.
CLIC Sargent will be the official charity partner for the 2018 Asian Media Awards. The awards event, celebrating the best in media talent, will take place at Manchester’s fabulous Hilton Deansgate Hotel.
Local schools and businesses in Guernsey will be wearing odd shoes for the day, in a bid to raise vital funds for a new lifeline for islander families that undergo gruelling cancer treatment.