Celebrate the milestones in your life and help children with cancer

If you’ve got a special occasion coming up – a wedding, birthday or anniversary – why not ask friends and family to make a donation to Children with Cancer UK in place of a gift to you?

How to support us at your special occasion

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Let us know when your special day is

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Set up your own fundraising page or ask people to donate on the day

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Please send your donations to:

Community Fundraising Team
Children with Cancer UK
51 Great Ormond Street
London WC1N 3JQ

How your gift in celebration can help

Jemma was 10 months old when diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) and spent two years having chemotherapy.

It has impacted our life in every way. A sick baby makes you feel an extreme protection, an incredible bond, as you are so aware that you could lose your child at any moment.

The dosage of chemotherapy she had as such a tiny baby means no one can know for sure what the long term damage could be.

What I do know is that Jemma is still with us because of the developments in medical research and for that my family is sincerely grateful.

Michelle Mearns, Jemma’s mum

Read Jemma's Story

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