Jordan will be taking on the Bournemouth Half Marathon for one of his best friends, Taylor, who was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid/T-Lymphoblastic Leukaemia. After seeing the support CLIC Sargent provided to Taylor and his family, Jordan wanted to give something back.
A father from Gloucester, whose young son battled cancer, joined MPs in Westminster to quiz a panel of childhood cancer experts about how diagnosis and treatment can be improved to make sure that children’s and young people’s needs are being met.
CLIC Sargent's Chief Executive, Kate Lee, has written to Minister for Disabled People, Health and Work, Sarah Newton MP, to explain why it’s vital that young people with cancer get the financial support they are entitled to, at the time they most desperately need it.
Gloucester Rugby hosted a fantastic family day for Gloucestershire families facing cancer, including a whole host of activites organised by the amazing team at Kingsholm, in partnership with CLIC Sargent.
Thanks to Morrisons funding, CLIC Sargent is providing a UK-wide team of Nurse Educators to promote confident cancer care closer to home. Hannah Dear, the first of five Morrisons-funded Nurse Educators, has years of experience in front line paediatric oncology.
After Sue Moore began working in CLIC Sargent's Weymouth charity shop and found out about how the charity supports young lives against cancer, she wanted to go above and beyond to help.
The parents of a festival loving teenager, Jess Fairclough, 18, who sadly lost her life to cancer in 2015, are fulfilling their dream of bringing together leading lights from the UK rock and folk scene for a fundraising festival in memory of their daughter.
CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading cancer support charity for children and young people, is calling on the government to review the financial support available to young people for the first three months after diagnosis.
Jake Adam and his family’s world turned upside down when Jake, aged 13, was diagnosed with cancer. Now his grandfather Bill and second cousin Debbie are taking on the North Coast 500 to raise money and awareness for CLIC Sargent.
Deputy Headteacher, Catherine Haslam, takes on the 90 mile Cyclone Cycling Challenge in memory of pupil Kieran Maxwell. Catherine will be taking on the challenge and raising funds for CLIC Sargent, after Kieran and his family were supported during his treatment for Ewing's Sarcoma.