Our appeals help us 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.
Cancer should never get in the way of a child’s future. Sadly, 2 out of 3 childhood cancer survivors will experience lifelong side effects because of their cancer or its treatment.
This Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, you can help fund research into developing less harmful treatments for children like Sophia.Find out how you can help
The pandemic has sadly caused Children with Cancer UK a loss of nearly £5 million, which is severely impacting how much it can continue to invest in vital research.
Please donate today to make sure life-saving research can continue so that every child with cancer can reach the magical day of completing treatment.Find out how you can help
Nieve was just five when her family heard the devastating diagnosis of an Extra Renal Wilms’ tumour with metastatic lung disease. While she was able to ring the end of treatment bell, not every child is so lucky. Tragically, two in 12 don’t survive. Together, we can make our vision of every child like Nieve surviving cancer into a reality.Find out how you can help
As we face the uncertainty due to the Coronavirus pandemic, what does remain certain is that 12 children and young people will be diagnosed with cancer every day in the UK.
We want to ensure that during the worrying months that lie ahead, we can continue to give hope to young cancer patients and their families.
Please help us to support children with cancer through these uncertain times.Find out how you can help
Every day in the UK, 12 children and young people like Nieve are diagnosed with cancer. Please give £3 and help us create a world where every child survives their cancer diagnosis.
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