Neuroblastoma is a rare and aggressive childhood cancer. About a hundred children in the UK are diagnosed each year. The Society works exclusively for these children in raising funds for British research into the disease, and offering information and support for anyone affected by neuroblastoma.
Solving Kids’ Cancer supports children and families affected by neuroblastoma, a rare form of paediatric cancer. There are around 100 new cases of neuroblastoma each year, of which children are predominantly under 5 years old. We provide a range of specialist support services to families affected by neuroblastoma designed to equip them with the knowledge and resources they need to fight this disease. We also fund the ground-breaking neuroblastoma research that is essential to push treatment forward and improve outcomes for children.
Every day 10 families are told their child has cancer. As the UK's leading children's cancer charity, CLIC Sargent is the only organisation to offer them all round care and support. That’s because we’re there every step of the way.
This charity is designed to help children to get life saving treatment for their cancers and tumours. It is a sad fact of life that some children diagnosed with cancer do not qualify for funding in certain situations by the National Health Service.
The CCLG is a national professional body responsible for the organisation of the treatment and management of children with cancer in the UK. As an association of healthcare professionals involved in their care, CCLG works to benefit children through development of the highest standards of care, as well as promotion of research. Other areas of activity include production of a range of information materials for patients and families, including a quarterly, free magazine for families of children and young people with cancer.
Kids Cancer Charity (formerly known as Christian Lewis Trust)
The Trust is a Registered Charity in England and Wales No. 1113821, established in 1989. It offers a philosophy of child centred care focusing on 'quality of life' issues, a range of family support services, bereavement support, self-help support groups, play therapists and holidays.
Around six young people aged between 13 and 24 are diagnosed with cancer every day in the UK. They need expert treatment and support from the moment they hear the word ‘cancer.’ We’re the only charity dedicated to making this happen. We bring young people together so they can be treated together, by teenage cancer experts, in the best place for them.
We provide up to date information on rarer cancers and treatment options available. We enable supportive networking for patients, carers and clinicians and act as a gateway, directing patients to further avenues of support and information, such as patient groups or charities
The Sick Children’s Trust believes that no child should be separated from their family while in hospital receiving treatment for serious illness Our mission is to provide high quality 'Home from Home' accommodation for families whose children are receiving hospital treatment for serious illness.