We've been fighting cancer, giving hope and saving lives since we were founded in 1988.
4,000 children and young people are diagnosed with cancer every year in the UK. That's ten every day - including babies like Rose.
Not so long ago, a diagnosis of the blood cancer leukaemia was a virtual death sentence. Today, 88% of children with leukaemia survive.
Thanks to major advances in research and treatment funded by Children with Cancer UK, Rose is a happy, healthy little girl. Sadly, this is not true for children with other types of cancer.
We want to help more children like Rose. With your support, we can fight childhood cancer.
Since 1988, thanks to your support, we have raised over £200 million and funded more than 200 research projects.
We rely entirely on voluntary donations from supporters like you to continue the fight against childhood cancer. From making a one off donation to taking part in a marathon, there are so many ways you can and do support our work and save young lives.