Our appeals help fund life-saving research for children and young people with cancer.
Thanks to your support we are currently funding over 50 life-saving research projects around the UK.
Help us raise awareness this Childhood Cancer Awareness Month by wearing the golden ribbon.
Only 3% of all cancer funding in the UK goes towards childhood cancers – and this is not enough. Thanks to people like you, Children with Cancer UK funds visionary research projects that will help develop kinder and safer treatments, so that one day every child with cancer will get to ring the end of treatment bell.
At Children with Cancer UK, we actively raise and invest money for vital specialist research to save the lives of every child with cancer and keep their family together. We aim for a world in which every young cancer patient gets to ring their End of Treatment Bell.
Help more children with cancer ring their end of treatment bell by texting BELL to 70030 to give just £3 to Children with Cancer UK.
All bells are supplied by End of Treatment Bells.Please help
A child’s cancer journey is an emotional time for the entire family. At Children with Cancer UK, we do our best to make their journey easier, and just as importantly, we work to ensure that these children get the time to simply have fun and focus on being a child.Please help
Help save young lives and be in with a chance of winning £25,000 by entering Phillip Schofield’s Summer Grand Draw!
If you enter the Grand Draw by Friday 20th July, you’ll be entered into our Early Bird Draw.Play today
Imagine if you had to tell your child they had cancer. How would you feel? For Matilda’s parents this nightmare became a reality. Thankfully, five years on, Matilda is happy and healthy – but many families are not so lucky.
Your gift today could help fund vital research that will keep more families together, just like Matilda’s.Please help
In the last of a series of visits to projects around the UK, corporate supporters Coral joined us ...Read more
International collaboration is often the best way to approach difficult research problems, and this is how we’re searching ...Read more
This project is looking paediatric glioblastoma (pGBM) and diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG), two brain tumours that affect ...Read more