Carl O'Connor is to take on the London 2 Brighton Challenge for CLIC Sargent after the charity supported his son James, three, who has undergone treatment for a brain tumour.
CLIC Sargent is calling on Scotland’s fundraisers to help it build a new haven for children and young people with cancer.
With less than one week to go until the deadline, CLIC Sargent is urging young people and families to make sure they are registered to vote in the 2017 UK General Election by midnight on 22 May.
Jake Smith, a 12-year-old wrestling fan from Darlington, County Durham, who is fighting leukaemia, and also has Down’s Syndrome, had his dreams come true after being surprised with the chance to meet two of his favourite WWE Superstars at the Metro Arena in Newcastle on Friday evening (12 May 20
Television presenter Eamonn Holmes was the official starter as almost 200 runners set off on a fundraising race around Manchester Airport’s runways.
Labour has today pledged to end hospital parking charges across England. CLIC Sargent has responded to the news.
Hammerson Finance Team from Aquis House, Reading, walked 75K to London for children and young people with cancer.
Music students at Brunel University put on an Alice in Wonderland themed masquerade ball and raised over £360 for young lives against cancer.
CLIC Sargent's very own Chief Executive Kate Lee and Trustee Will Carter are raising funds for CLIC Sargent and showing our supporters how it’s done by taking on the Skyline World Record Skydive challenge.
Nicola Perry, Carolyn Tudor and Alison Perry put on the coffee morning having been inspired by Nicola’s daughter, Sophie. Sophie is three years old and is being treated for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia.