Killyleagh & District Northern Ireland Supporters Club and Summer Soccer league took part in CLIC Sargent's football fundraising event - Kick! to raise money for children and young people with cancer.
CLIC Sargent’s first ever stair running team have climbed the 888 steps of London’s third tallest building, raising £10,000 for children and young people with cancer and their families.
A couple from Cardiff cycled from London to Paris and raised more than £5,000 for CLIC Sargent after being supported by the charity when their teenage son was diagnosed with a brain tumour.
CLIC Sargent is currently working with the South Wales Evening Post to raise £8,000 to help children and young people with cancer.
Corporate partners, Saffery Champness has helped CLIC Sargent give two boys a once in a life time trip to visit the McLaren Technology Factory.
A team of fire fighters from the East Bourne Community Fire Station have raised £16,370 for CLIC Sargent after completing an epic 1,000 mile, four day scooter tour of the British Isles.
When Dean Bennell and Lyndon Gower-Oian from Essex heard that their best friend Will had been diagnosed with a brain tumour, they wanted to help but didn’t know how.
Surrey grandad David Standley organised two sponsored walks on Saturday which raised more than £3,000 to be split between CLIC Sargent, the UK's leading cancer charity for children and young people, and the Royal Marsden Paediatric Unit.
Sharon Breslin set up the Gary Breslin Especially For You Fund in memory of her loving son Gary, who passed away in February 2012 with a brain tumour. A recent fundraising event included a memorial golf day and a walk to remember Gary.
Ballycarry Community Association chose CLIC Sargent's Northern Ireland Homes from Home appeal to benefit from their Broadisland Gathering 20th anniversary celebrations.