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In December, the Sun’s Smiles At Christmas campaign raised over £29,000 in cash plus toys to share with children with cancer.
Through its Smiles at Christmas appeal, the Sun newspaper asked its readers to donate money and toys to put a smile on the faces of those children that need it most.
Our CEO Cliff O’Gorman said: “We have been overwhelmed by the generosity of Sun readers and the companies who have donated toys.
These special gifts have allowed us to surprise and delight the children who are fighting cancer this Christmas. It’s a wonderful gesture.”
Some of the children have filmed their thank you.
Watch the thank you from Sam
Watch the thank you from Louis and his twin sister Grace
Watch the thank you from Luke and his mum Claire
Watch the thank you from Rose and her family
Read more: Sam’s story | Louis’ story | Luke’s story | Rose’s story
Bella-Rose helped to launch the Sun’s Smiles At Christmas campaign, while spending time in hospital. But a delivery of toys brought a smile to her face. Read the Sun’s story below about Bella-Rose
Bella-Rose wants to be home for Christmas this year
Some of the other stories that appeared can be found below:
On behalf of the children and their families, thank you to the Sun, the Sun readers and the companies who donated toys.
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