July is National Picnic Month. Why not host your own perfect picnic in July? Bring your family and friends together online, or at a safe distance, to help fund vital specialist research so that every child survives their cancer diagnosis.
We know that life is no picnic at the moment. As we all face the challenge of staying safe at home, we want to encourage you to come together online and help us continue to invest in high quality research for children with cancer who are currently having to shield and self-isolate.
We need your support more than ever to give hope to children facing cancer amid the Coronavirus (COVID-19) uncertainty. Raise over £5 and receive one of our Children with Cancer UK wrist bands as a thank you for all your amazing fundraising efforts.
Don’t forget – if you can’t host your own picnic you can still support our cause and donate the price of a coffee and cake.
Help us bring some joy to the nation over soggy sandwiches and a flask of tepid tea by recreating your own picnic at home, and asking family and friends to join in virtually. Don’t worry if you can’t join us on the 18 June, simply host your own perfect picnic in July during National Picnic Month, and make the most of the good weather!
Choose a date for your picnic and how to meet online with family and friends.
Set up a fundraising page and share it with your friends and family.
Plan your event with our perfect picnic cheat sheet full of useful recipes and tips!
Get social! Join in the conversation online by using the hashtag #BellBakes
Join in the conversation online and share the pictures of your perfect picnic. We’d love to see those picnic blankets covered in delicious treats for family and friends to enjoy.
And why not get creative and make some of the food bell shaped? Post your best bell shaped creation and share it under the hashtag #BellBakes to enter our social media competition.
Your bell shaped treats symbolise The End of Treatment Bell. With your support we continue to invest in vital research so that every child and young person can finish their treatment and ring that bell.
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Now, more than ever before, we need your help. In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, families of children and young people with cancer are facing an immense added pressure. Their child is not only facing cancer, but may also be facing a higher risk of infection. Some types of cancer and treatments can lead to a weakened immune system which makes it harder for those affected to fight off infections like the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
By hosting your perfect picnic for us, you are helping us fund lifesaving research that aims to develop more effective curative therapies with fewer toxic side effects, giving hope to young cancer patients and their families everywhere.
Phoebe was diagnosed with Wilms Tumour, a type of kidney cancer, just before her second birthday. After the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak led to a lockdown, Phoebe was unable to hold a bake sale at school. Instead she organised a virtual tea party with a group of friends over Zoom. Together, Phoebe and her friends raised lots of money to help children with cancer. Our huge thanks to Phoebe and her friends for their creativity that has helped inspire this event.