Through Give as you Live, you can shop at 4,200 different online retailers such as John Lewis & Partners and ASOS. If you shop through Give as You Live online, retailers donate to us a set percentage of the value of your purchase at no additional cost to you.
We are happy to announce that we have been chosen as Give As You Live’s charity of the month in April.
Shopping on your mobile? Download the Give as You Live app for iPad and iPhone.
If you prefer shopping in store, you can still support us.
Visit the Give as You Live website, choose Children with Cancer UK as your charity and sign up. It only takes a minute!
Search for the store you want to shop on the Give as You Live website, then click the “Shop & raise” button. You will be able to browse and shop as normal.
Once you’ve made a purchase on the store, Give as You Live will send you an email confirming how much you have raised for us. Thank you for your support!
After playing in the paddling pool during the summer of 2012, a friend who is a health visitor mentioned that Phoebe’s tummy looked distended and felt hard on one side. We had all thought she had a typical tubby toddler tummy although I had wondered why skirts and trousers for older children were not fitting properly. She had been eating slightly less for a while…Learn more
At just 18 months old, Ross was diagnosed with orbital rhabdomyosarcoma – a rare soft-tissue cancer that developed in his eye. “In early June 2009, we had noticed that Ross, our 18 month old son, had a puffy area on his lower right eye. We took him to our GP who said it was probably a blocked duct and would refer Ross to the eye pavilion for clarification…”Learn more
In March 2014 I had noticed that Alice’s tummy seemed swollen over a few weeks, and it was larger on one side. Initially I wasn’t overly worried as my son had had a toddler ‘pot belly’ – so I thought it was that. She has always been a fussy eater but now she was going for whole days eating hardly anything, and saying she felt full after a few spoonfuls…Learn more
Cancer is the leading cause of death in children aged 1-14 years in the UK and survivors can face a lifetime of serious health issues as a result of the intensive treatments used to treat their cancer.
Childhood cancers are different to the cancers that occur in adults – dedicated research is needed.
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