A young cancer survivor from Essex has returned to the charity home which supported his family to film a touching video.
In 2009 Owen Newton’s son, Ted, was diagnosed with Ewings Sarcoma, a very rare form of bone cancer. Ted lost his battle with cancer in 2010 aged 10 years old.
Stuart Hinde, 53, an Associate Engineer from Leeds is limbering up to fulfil a lifelong dream on Friday (14 July), by swimming the English Channel.
CLIC Sargent has presented a 13,000 signature-strong petition to Downing Street calling for greater financial support for young cancer patients and their families.
Des Brown has been holding an annual golf day every summer for the last 20 years for CLIC Sargent. This year he raised a fantastic £1,540.
Barber Gav decided to swap his afro for a completely bare head in order to raise money for young lives against cancer.
Sharon Peppiatt wanted to give something back to CLIC Sargent and so she organised a charity night in Hertfordshire, raising a wonderful £1,500 for young cancer patients.
The Wales Cancer Patient Experience Survey (CPES) is a survey of 6,700 cancer patients in Wales that takes place every year to discover their experiences of having cancer treatment to see where improvements are needed.
A donor research tool created by a CLIC Sargent worker and her husband after a conversation over dinner not only boosted income to its Christmas appeal by 24%, but it has also won the charity two Institute of Fundraising awards.
Parents routinely travelling hundreds of miles for their child’s cancer treatment ‘left unsupported’ by Government travel assistance scheme
On average, parents who have a child with cancer travel an additional 440 miles per month for specialist treatment, with 8% travelling 1000 miles or more, according to survey results released today by children and young people’s cancer support charity CLIC Sargent .