Your support can help to fund our life-saving research and welfare programmes – and give all children a better chance in their fight against cancer.
You can donate online, but if you would prefer to make a donation by post, you can download and complete our Regular Giving form or our Single Gift form.
Our #Hugs4Xmas campaign focuses on those special moments between loved ones in which they are thankful for the time they have with each other. Let us know why your hug with those close to you is so important this Christmas by posting on social media with the hashtag #Hugs4Xmas.Find out more
We want to give children diagnosed with cancer a brighter future, and a gift in your will can help achieve this. We are a small charity with few overheads, so you can be assured that a gift in your will will be invested wisely to help the 3,600 children and young people diagnosed with cancer every year in the UK.Find out more
Making a gift in memory of someone special can be a valuable and positive way to celebrate their life. You’ll also be giving hope to children suffering from leukaemia and other cancers.
If you would like friends and family to make a donation in lieu of flowers, your funeral director can help you to arrange this.Find out more
With the money you help us to raise, we can protect more children and improve the lives of young cancer patients – today and for future generations. Thanks to your support we are currently funding over 50 life-saving research projects around the UK.Find out more
“Help me to save young lives by supporting my brand new lottery for Children with Cancer UK.
Every week, you could win £1,000 or one of the other 99 weekly cash prizes. By playing every week, you’ll automatically be entered, one entry for each weekly lottery ticket, into our two Super Draws each year, for the chance to win £40,000 or one of the many other wonderful prizes” – Linda RobsonFind out more
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