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.
In this issue of Spotlight, read the story of eight-year-old Oliver from Newcastle and how CLIC Sargent helped his family when he was being treated for a brain tumour. Plus, find out about Wig Wednesday, skydiving directors, fundraising just by using your phone and much more!
Our spring newsletter for supporters has just hit doormats, full of stories about how your support makes such a difference to the lives of young cancer patients and their families across the UK. You can also read a copy online.
Eight-year-old Oliver was diagnosed with a brain tumour in February 2010. His parents received support during his treatment at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle. Listen out for the family's story - and many others - on their local commercial radio station on Friday 26 April, as part of the CLIC Sargent Cash for Kids Appeal 2013. Nine radio stations across England and Scotland are taking part.
We've launched our brand new event, Wig Wednesday! On 22 May we'd love you, your friends and all your colleagues to get a wig on and help us raise £100,000. Supported by a whole host of celebrities, as well as staff from Santander and JD Wetherspoon, this will be a hugely exciting event!
Show your support online - and help us spread the word about Wig Wednesday - by wearing one of our stylish wig Twibbons on your profile pic!
Donate Mobile is a great new way for you to help CLIC Sargent simply by using your mobile phone.
The excitement of our upcoming World Record Skydive is gaining momentum fast, with two of CLIC Sargent's directors, Liz and Dara, signing up for places. Join them and take the plunge for young cancer patients!
A charity single by prison inmates has been released in memory of David, known as DD, a teenage boy who died last August after living with a brain tumour for five years.
Planning permission has been granted to build the first CLIC Sargent Home from Home in Northern Ireland, which will be located opposite the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children.
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