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A little farewell to our LIDL Northern Ireland partnership

We say a fond farewell to our amazing two year partnership with LIDL Northern Ireland, which raised more than £270,000 for young lives against cancer.

PIP assessment process ‘traumatic’ and ‘inconsistent’ for young cancer patients – charity warns

The process of applying and being assessed for the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) can be ‘traumatic’ and ‘unsuitable’ for young cancer patients, cancer support charity CLIC Sargent warns.

Family and local school create their own cookbook and raise £1,300

Kettering mum Sarah Dawson has joined forces with her son’s nursery school to raise £1,300 for CLIC Sargent following her son’s cancer diagnosis.

Bristol five-year-old who survived testicular cancer stars in UK-wide H. Samuel campaign

Jason Takor, aged five, from Filton, Bristol, has been chosen as the face of a national fundraising campaign for the children and young people’s cancer support charity CLIC Sargent, and his mum Zuzana is sharing their story for the first time to raise awareness and funds for other families facin

Wigan four-year-old who survived rare cancer stars in UK-wide charity campaign

Victoria Calland, aged four, from Wigan has been chosen as the face of a new national fundraising campaign in Ernest Jones stores across the UK for children and young people’s cancer support charity CLIC Sargent. 

Spook-tacular charity raffle at car dealership supports Glasgow Home from Home

Staff and customers at Arnold Clark Peugeot Dealership, Mount Vernon, have raised £2,000 for CLIC Sargent with a Halloween raffle.

Football tournament raises thousands of pounds in support of five year old Seren

A charity football tournament in support of Seren Deverell, who was diagnosed with kidney cancer, raised over £10,500 for CLIC Sargent with the help of the local community.

CLIC Sargent celebrates Youth Work Week!

It's Youth Work Week from 6-12 November, and we're celebrating all the wonderful youth work that happens across CLIC Sargent, from our Social Workers and Community Workers to our young people's Participation Lead.

Singing in memory of Sophie

Bury Parish Church staged a ‘Come and Sing’ event in memory of Sophie, and raised nearly £1,500 for CLIC Sargent, the charity which supported her during her cancer treatment.

Rare violin raises thousands for children with cancer

A rare violin left in a will by a Northampton musician to CLIC Sargent has sold for £2,800 at auction in London.