Over the years, Cherie has been involved with many charities. Here are some links to the work she’s been supporting. To read more visit About Cherie.
The Fantasy Ball - "A twenties affair"
Thursday 8 November @ 7pm, One Mayfair, 13 North Audley Street, London, W1K 6ZA
A drinks reception on the mezzanine of this spectacular historic venue will set the tone of the evening followed by a three course seated dinner catered by "rhubarb".
Fine wines will be supped as CLIC Sargent Patron Gaby Roslin leads the guests though the evening's proceedings including a grand raffle, silent auction, live auction and a special appeal to help fund CLIC Sargent's Homes from Home.
Post dinner entertainment will be provided by a fantastic 14-piece swing band called The Nevada Street Big Band led by a quartet of the most talented jazz musicians in the UK.
The band will be joined by special guests including CLIC Sargent's very own star- Georgie Vale. After surviving her cancer diagnosis in her early teens and being helped by the charity, she has followed her dreams to become a singer and has since gone on to perform at Glastonbury.
A question of sporting class
Thursday 29 November @ 6.45pm, Supernova, Embankment Gardens, London, WC2
Enjoy a fantastic experience and priceless banter with some legendary sporting personalities and stars of the entertainment world. This event is the perfect way to entertain your most valuable clients and employees at Christmas, with a superb line up of comedy and sporting trivia served by sporting legends and stars of the entertainment world.
The Christmas celebration
Wednesday 12 December @ 7pm, The Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AP
Our annual Christmas concert in conjunction with Young Voices is a festive occasion for the whole family. This hugely successful show features a 1,500 strong choir of school children, this year performing alongside Matt Cardle, Randolph Matthews and the African Children's Choir. Hosted by Gigi Morley.
Come along to celebrate the festive season in one of London's iconic music venues and allow yourself to be entertained by a whole host of bright young stars of the future. It will be a truly remarkable evening and all in aid of CLIC Sargent.
Northern Ireland appeal
Rachel Johnston and her daughter Honour from Millisle received CLIC Sargent support. Honour was diagnosed with a rare ovarian cancer in 2011. They believe a Home from Home can make a real difference:
"Sitting for hours in a hospital also adds to the anxiety. To go to a Home from Home, and sit in a comfortable and homely environment would have been great for us. It would have eliminated all of the travelling which took its toll on Honour and made her very sick."
Every week, two children and young people are diagnosed with cancer in Northern Ireland. They will usually travel to Belfast for specialist treatment at either The Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children or The Belfast City and Northern Ireland Cancer Centre.
On average a family in Northern Ireland will make a round-trip of 95 miles, up to five times a week so that they can access the cancer treatment their child needs.
This puts a big financial strain on the family with the cost of travel and possibly temporary accommodation while their child is undergoing treatment.