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CLIC Sargent is calling for public support as it faces a £230k loss in Christmas sales at its shops as they close their doors for the latest lockdown in England.
CLIC Sargent Chief Executive Rachel Kirby-Rider discusses the conclusion of the charity's change consultation
Jess’s London Marathon story: “I want other young people to know there is hope. Don’t let cancer define you.”
Jess was 13 years old when she was diagnosed with Hodgkin Lymphoma. Now 29, she has never spoken out before about it, but wants to dispel myths about what a cancer survivor looks like and the perception that it defines you.
Claire’s family have been supported by CLIC Sargent since 2006 when her son Lewis was first diagnosed with leukaemia. He has since been through treatment three times. Claire wants to take herself outside my comfort zone and raise as much money as she can for the charity to give something back.
Jake and Harriet Humphrey have been appointed Vice Presidents of CLIC Sargent
A new report published by CLIC Sargent reveals that over half (52%) of young people supported by the charity feel they are not coping in the pandemic.
“It’s just a bomb, it lands in the middle of your world, when you hear those words” – Christine Lampard joins video call with four mums supported by children’s cancer charity
In support of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, TV presenter Christine Lampard joined a video call with four mums who are being supported by CLIC Sargent.
CLIC Sargent Chief Executive, Rachel Kirby-Rider discusses the proposed restructure at the charity.
34 MPs have backed CLIC Sargent's call on the government for financial support to continue helping young cancer patients and their families