Childhood Cancer
Associations, foundations, societies - Great Britain
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Local Organizations

Cancer Fund for Children Belfast
support services to children and young people affected by cancer and their families in Northern Ireland

Children's Cancer Support Group (CHICS) Bootle
provides support and information for parents of children with cancer in the North West

Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Movement (CALM) Marlborough
cares for the needs of families of children with cancer or leukaemia within the Swindon Health District, Wiltshire

Children with Cancer Fund (CWCF) Polegate
raises money and distributes it to causes that are associated with children up to the age of 18 who have had, or are suffering from a form of cancer and who live in our local area

LATCH Cardiff
supports the special requirements of the children's oncology centre in Wales which is based at the Children's Hospital for Wales to help affected families and promote research in childhood cancer

North of England Children's Cancer Research Fund (NECCR) Cramlington
raises money for research into childhood cancer

Robbie Anderson Cancer Fund (RACF) Coleorton
provides games, equipment and entertainment for children with cancer in Leicestershire


Camp Simcha London
only charity working specifically to help Jewish children in the UK with cancer

Candlelighters - Fighting Children's Cancer Leeds
combatting childhood cancer, leukaemia and serious blood disorders; making the lives of the children and their families more bearable

Childhood Cancer Parents Alliance (CCPA) Stafford
union of 38 parent run organisations across the UK who share a mission to improve the lives of families affected by childhood and adolescent cancer

Childhood Cancer Research Group (CCRG) Oxford
carries out a programme of epidemiological and follow-up studies of childhood cancer and is responsible for the National Registry of Childhood Tumours (NRCT)

Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group (CCLG) Leicester
organisation of the treatment and management of children with cancer in the UK; coordination of national and international clinical trials, including biological studies

Children with Cancer London
funds research into the causes, prevention and treatment of childhood leukaemia and other childhood cancers

Christian Lewis Trust Swansea
makes a difference in the life of a child with cancer and their family by improving their quality of life

CLIC Sargent London, Bristol, Glasgow, Belfast
providing individual support to children and young people with cancer and leukaemia and their families through clinical, emotional, psychological, social and financial services in hospital, at home and in the community across the UK

Ellen MacArthur Trust Freshwater Bay, Isle of Wight
supports, empowers and enlivens children suffering from cancer or leukaemia by introducing them to the joys of sailing on the sea

researching into new and improved treatments for childhood cancers

Laura Crane Trust Huddersfield
funding research specifically into cancer in 13-25 year-olds, supports measures to improve the quality of life for teenage cancer patients

Lennox Children's Cancer Fund Romford
providing financial, practical and emotional support to children and their families affected by cancer

supports the educational needs of teenagers with cancer

Over The Wall (OTW) Alton
provides residential camps for children and young people who are affected by cancer and serious illnesses

Teenage Cancer Trust (TCT) London
focuses on the needs of teenagers and young adults with cancer, leukaemia, Hodgkin's and related diseases by providing specialist teenage units in NHS hospitals; funds and organises a multidisciplinary forum for professionals to ensure information and best practice sharing; schools programme providing information, education and advice

Teenagers and Young Adults with Cancer (TYAC) Leicester
helps all professionals involved in the care of young people with cancer to work together to improve knowledge and services

Youth Cancer Trust (YCT) Bournemouth
provides holiday breaks for young people between the ages of 14 and 25 who suffering from cancer

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