This new event aims to provide a set of short programmes based on a TV talk show format to make them easily accessible and highly watchable, which will:
All events will feature different aspects of our work as well as different stories of the children. The digital series exists to serve and showcase some of the amazing ways supporters, volunteers and staff have made a difference to so many families.
In this event we look at one of the core activities supported by funds Children with Cancer UK raises, again with the aim of demystifying the subject and making it accessible. In the programme we will explore:
For this event we meet:
Research must continue. We must keep talking about the over 200 different types of cancer that children can get. We must research for kinder treatments for children and we must make health professionals aware of the concerns we have about our children.
This series, hosted by Children with Cancer UK’s CEO Jo Elvin, will also aim to provide tangible hope and attempt to “normalise” the journey, by seeing how other children and families cope and come through with the support of Children with Cancer UK.
This event looks at starting to demystify the cancer journey of the children that the charity works with, some of the support available and how that directly has a positive effect on patients and families.
In the first event we will meet: