Origami tutorial

Ringing the end of treatment bell means that a child has finished their cancer treatment. Your support means that we can continue to fund vital research so that one day every child can ring the end of treatment bell. Watch our tutorial here to create your own end of treatment bell. It’s a gift from us to you to celebrate the young lives you are helping to save.

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Blue’s story

Blue was just two years old when we was diagnosed with leukaemia. He spent two years in isolation going through intensive treatments and a bone marrow transplant. Today, at nine years old, Blue has rung his end of treatment bell and is in remission. However, his treatments were so toxic that he is still dealing with issues including muscle wastage and emotional trauma. By entering our Summer Grand Draw today, you could help fund research into safer, kinder treatments for children like Blue. Read Blue's Story

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