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CLIC Sargent has announced that approximately 40 staff will be made redundant in the coming weeks and several of its charity shops are remaining closed because of the devastating financial impact of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Young cancer survivor urges her MP Boris Johnson to ‘not let children and young people be forgotten during this pandemic’
Helen is calling out to her local MP, Prime Minister Boris Johnson to support CLIC Sargent
London school teacher completes 1000km challenge, inspired by pupil diagnosed with cancer
We're standing with Shelter, Alzheimer's Society, Anthony Nolan, and other charities across the UK to urge all social media platforms to make sure racism and other hate speech are eradicated, so they are a safer place for the communities that use them.
The survey results for this year's National Cancer Experience Survey are released
Five dads from CLIC Sargent support group Mind the Chaps! joined Jeff Brazier on a call
Thousands of families join bereaved mum who lost three-year-old son to cancer to call on government to provide urgent support to the charity who got her through it all
A mum whose three-year-old son tragically died from cancer is calling on the government to provide urgent financial support to the charity who supported her throughout his treatment and death.
Consultants across the country are calling on the government to urgently provide vital support for CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading charity supporting children and young people with cancer. The charity is facing a devastating £8 million loss in income during the coronavirus pandemic with donations falling by 60 per cent since the outbreak.