A minute's applause was held before the Kidderminster Harriers' match today in memory of Charlie Harris-Beard who died yesterday.
A young boy who has leukaemia needs a stem cell transplant as he has a slim chance of survival.
Stiliyan Petrov has spoken publicly for the first time since it was confirmed that his acute leukaemia is in remission.
The friends of Kate Griffin, who suffers from leukaemia, have held a registration event to get more people signed up as bone marrow donors.
Wendy Pritchard and Caroline Portlock say they simply had to try to get more people registered as donors, and today's event was the best way to do that.
A registration event has been held in Derby for a mother of three who needs a bone marrow transplant.
The event took place in Pride Park in Derby, for 39-year-old, Kate Griffin, who was diagnosed with acute myloid leukaemia in October 2012.
The event was organised by her friends, where people could register for the donor list by giving a swab sample.
A mother-of three from Derbyshire is in desperate need of a bone marrow transplant after she was diagnosed with Leukaemia while pregnant with her third daughter.
During a routine blood test, Kate Griffin, 39, was found to have acute myloid leukaemia in October 2013 while 34 weeks pregnant. Five days later her daughter Nancy was delivered through an emergency caesarean and Mrs Griffin started having chemotherapy.
After four rounds of treatment the 39-year-old from Chesterfield went into remission in April, but last month doctors confirmed the blood disease had returned, and she now needs a stem cell donation taken from a bone marrow match in order to save her life.
Today a registration event is being held at Derby's Pride Park to try to find a suitable donor.
It's taking place at the Starbucks in the retail park, until 2pm.
Proceeds from a ball to be held in memory of Charlie Harris Beard will go to his charity Cords4life.
Charlie from Worcestershire, died in February from leukaemia but his life was prolonged after he received a cord donor transplant from America.
Charlie's parents now want to make sure others can benefit from cord blood donation.
Two-year old Charlie Harris-Beard, who died of leukaemia in February, will be remembered at a ball to be held in May.
Charlied died after battling Acute Myeloid leukaemia in February 2013. All of the proceeds from the ball will go to Charlie's charity Cords4life.
Two-year old Charlie Harris-Beard, who died of leukaemia earlier this month, was remembered today as his family and friends got together for a fundraising event.
A bouncy castle, face painting and a magic show entertained the crowds and helped to raise money for the Cords4Life charity, set up by his parents from Kidderminster.
They're hoping to increase awareness of how umbilical cord donations can save lives.
The mother of a two-year old boy who died from leukemia says she knows his legacy will live on.
The story of Charlie Harris Beard touched thousands of people. His family spent months raising awareness of umbilical chord donation, after a transplant helped save Charlie's life. But the cancer returned a second time. After a long battle, he died on Friday.
The sister of Charlie Harris-Beard, Ellie-Louise, was given a Kidderminster Harriers football shirt today, before kick-off against Cambridge United.
Two-year old Charlie, from Kidderminster, died yesterday after losing his battle to leukaemia.
Fans from both sides held a minute's applaud in memory of Charlie.
Football players and fans from Kidderminster Harriers and Cambridge United joined forces today to celebrate the life of Charlie Harris-Beard – a two-year old leukaemia sufferer who lost his fight yesterday.
The minute-long applaud was held before kick-off. Charlie's older sister, Ellie-Louise, was also given a Harriers football shirt with 'Charlie' written on the back.