This Christmas, our funding is under serious threat. The impact of the coronavirus pandemic has been huge and we receive no government support for our research. We need your help more than ever.

Give the gift of hope this Christmas – the promise of more effective treatments for children and young people with cancer, to keep more families together. Without your help, life-saving childhood cancer research cannot continue.


How you can give the gift of hope

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Get creative and help raise awareness

Get your creativity flowing and colour in our Christmas baubles. Help raise awareness by displaying them in your window to show your community you are supporting children and their families this Christmas.

We’d love to see pictures of your Christmas bauble creations in your window, share them with us by uploading a photo and tagging us on FacebookTwitter or Instagram.

Download colouring sheet
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12 days of Christmas fundraising ideas

You can give the gift of hope to children and their families this Christmas by getting together with your friends, family or colleagues to have some fun in the run up to Christmas and help keep families together.

No matter what fundraising you choose to do, make sure you are keeping safe, following government guidelines in your area and most of all having fun.

See Christmas fundraising ideas
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How your support will help children like Lily

“Lily was about nine months old when we noticed she was beginning to eat less and was drastically losing weight. We took her to the doctors repeatedly, only to be told it was a phase she would get through. That year, our Christmas was shattered by the devastating news that our baby had cancer.” – Lianna, Lily’s mum.

Read Lily's story