From other charities to government funders, cancer organisations to universities we look for organisations who share our vision of a world where every child survives cancer.
We also encourage collaboration among the researchers we fund. For example, we have core-funded the Children’s Brain Tumour Drug Delivery Consortium and co-funded INSTINCT, a network across three of the UK’s leading paediatric neuro-oncology centres working to improve treatments for patients with high-risk childhood brain tumours.
Christiana Ogunbote, Research Grants Manager, at Children with Cancer UK said:
Collaborating with other charities is an extremely effective way of supporting significant research projects that would otherwise go unfunded. Children with Cancer UK is very proud to be able to work with other respected charities and organisations to jointly back such important projects. Over the years research continues to contribute to childhood cancer survival rates increasing from 67% to approximately 84% getting us ever closer to our vision of a world where every child and young adult survives cancer.
The following are just some of the most recent collaborations that Children with Cancer UK is proud to support:
Collaborating with other charities is an extremely effective way of supporting significant research projects that would otherwise go unfunded.