CLIC Sargent would like to say a huge thank you to the Berkshire Freemasons who have supported the charity for the past eight years. Its fundraising has helped the charity to continue its work with children and young people with cancer and their families.
In February John Davis made the journey to the roof of Africa and reached the peak of Mount Kilimanjaro for his partner Hayley Atkinson, raising an amazing £4,130 for CLIC Sargent.
It was announced this week that CLIC Sargent has become a strategic partner of the Department of Health as part of a new coalition of charities ensuring that the experience and views of young people influence policy proposals to improve their health.
Over 100 children and adults from Bath-based theatre schools and musical theatre groups took to the streets of Bath on Saturday to feature in a one-off flashmob to help CLIC Sargent launch its new UK-wide campaign, Wig Wednesday.
Staff at Lili Bizarre, Merseyside’s biggest fancy dress and balloon shop, are showing their support for CLIC Sargent's UK wide fundraising campaign, Wig Wednesday.
Sunday 21 April 2013 saw friends Dave Martin and Chris Timbrell start a lengthy 630 mile walk of the South West Coastal Path to raise funds for CLIC Sargent.
CLIC Sargent supporter, 16 year old Shannah Grant, couldn’t believe her luck when she was invited to accompany CLIC Sargent Patron, Nicola Benedetti on stage at the Eden Court Theatre, Inverness, during her Silver Violin Tour.
Christine Tucker and her friends are holding a disco night for CLIC Sargent, in memory of her daughter, Nikki who sadly died of cancer.
The Rotary Club of Church and Oswaldtwistle is organising its seventh annual community walk to help raise funds for CLIC Sargent.
The London based choir, the Constanza Chorus has raised a fantastic £2,700 for CLIC Sargent during 2012/13.