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Northern Ireland

CLIC Sargent has been there for me from the beginning. Mick (pictured), aged 21, Newry

Supporter

Review 2010/2011

www.clicsargent.org.uk


Our achievements in your area over the last 12 months Shaping the future of services in Northern Ireland In March 2011 a workshop with the Northern Ireland Cancer Network looked at raising awareness of the need for cancer services for teenagers and young adults, exploring what needs to change and how this might be achieved.

Chris Hollins, BBC TV presenter Patron Chris Hollins visited the Cancer Centre at Belfast City Hospital in November 2010. He toured the radiotherapy suite and met Naomi Spence, a CLIC Sargent Community Play Specialist, before meeting young cancer patients and survivors from across Northern Ireland.

And in 2011/2012

Belfast Appeal

In November 2011, we will be launching an appeal for £4 million for two new ‘Homes from Home’ near the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children and the Belfast City and Northern Ireland Cancer Centre. These homes will enable families to stay together, free of charge, close to the hospital where their child is receiving treatment.

Former world boxing champion Barry McGuigan will be Patron of the appeal, and his wife Sandra will Chair the Appeal Committee. Barry told us: “I know about the vital support CLIC Sargent provides, because it helped our family when my daughter Danika was diagnosed with leukaemia at the age of 11.”

To find out more, please visit our website www.clicsargent.org.uk/belfastappeal 2

Look what our wonderful supporters are doing in Northern Ireland CLIC Sargent is a really good organisation to volunteer for. They look after you and help you gain confidence and skills. You really can make a difference! Brenda Suen, Belfast Fundraising Office

The thrill of falling through the cloud – nothing but white all around – then suddenly the parachute opens and we are in bright sunlight with local landmarks far below. I want to skydive again! It was an experience of a lifetime and a brilliant way to help children by raising funds for CLIC Sargent. Two of my neighbours supported me for £100 each. Everyone should try it! Jim Taylor, participant in our Skydive Challenge

When I had a stroke two years go, I decided to take a look at my Will and include a legacy to CLIC Sargent. My neighbour’s grandson died of cancer about five years ago. He was just 11 and it broke my heart. He was a lovely boy who used to ask if he could help me with anything. I’d like to help CLIC Sargent look after more young boys and girls like him. Vera McKinney, Portstewart

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Our achievements over the last 12 months Matt takes on the Assembly In March 2011, 19-year-old Matt Clark from Monmouth joined a Question Time style debate in the lead up to the Welsh Assembly elections, where politicians set out their cancer care policies for Wales. Matt challenged them and sparked a debate on the issues facing young people with cancer.

Bristol festive abseil

The O2 arena abseil

In chilly conditions, over 160 brave souls abseiled down Bristol Children’s Hospital, including families we are helping and Big Brother winner Josie Gibson. A crowd of her sponsors cheered her on, taking her support to a staggering £6,000 and the day’s total to over £42,000!

In August 2010, 170 supporters made history by being the first ever to abseil down the iconic O2 music venue in London, raising over £48,000!

And in 2011/2012  e will continue to develop, W improve and refine our current range of services.

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Newport Transporter Bridge abseil Join us on 2 October 2011 for a 176ft free-hang abseil off Newport’s iconic Transporter Bridge for the ultimate adrenalin rush!

Improving lives, releasing potential Dear Supporters and Volunteers Welcome to this year’s Supporter Review. Our goal for 2010/2011 was to reach even more children and young people than ever before, and to make sure we’re working in the best way to help them through their experience of cancer. I am delighted and proud to say that, with the help of our wonderful supporters and volunteers, we have succeeded. Thanks to your generosity and hard work, we raised an impressive £26.49 million in 2010/2011, almost £8 million more than in 2009/2010. Much of this was as a result of our incredibly successful ‘Charity of the Year’ partnership with Tesco, but of course every fundraising event, personal donation or purchase from our shops or website adds up to make a real difference. We had further success when ITV’s This Morning picked us for their Christmas Appeal in December 2010. We managed to raise £430,000 in a month – almost twice as much as the previous year’s appeal. My thanks go to our donors and volunteers who remained incredibly generous and loyal during 2010/2011. You have helped us be there for thousands of children and young people with cancer and their families, enabling us to give them the emotional and practical support they need. Over the next few years we are determined to extend our services to reach even more children and young people with cancer in the UK, and with your help we will succeed. Thank you.

Daphne Pullen Chair of Trustees

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Starr’s story Starr is 14 and comes from Skegness in Lincolnshire. She was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2009. Starr lives with her mum Karina, who tells us about Starr’s experience. “Starr began suffering from headaches. When she went for an eye test, the optician said she should be taken to a hospital straight away. I took Starr and she was diagnosed with medulloblastoma – a type of brain tumour. It was a huge shock. Three days after diagnosis, she had surgery to remove the tumour. The surgery left her paralysed down her right side and she had to learn how to speak and walk again. Our CLIC Sargent Social Worker, Adama, supported us through Starr’s treatment. I had to take a break from my training course in nursing so I could look after Starr. I was sleeping at the hospital so I didn’t have to make the five-hour round trip from home. CLIC Sargent offered us a place to stay at Billy’s House over the road, and Starr also stayed there when she was well enough. It gave us the opportunity to enjoy some quality time in an environment just like home.” Starr's story is just one example of how your support has helped over the past year. Thank you.

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Starr’s story Starr is 14 and comes from Skegness in Lincolnshire. She was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2009. Starr lives with her mum Karina, who tells us about Starr’s experience. “Starr began suffering from headaches. When she went for an eye test, the optician said she should be taken to a hospital straight away. I took Starr and she was diagnosed with medulloblastoma – a type of brain tumour. It was a huge shock. Three days after diagnosis, she had surgery to remove the tumour. The surgery left her paralysed down her right side and she had to learn how to speak and walk again. Our CLIC Sargent Social Worker, Adama, supported us through Starr’s treatment. I had to take a break from my training course in nursing so I could look after Starr. I was sleeping at the hospital so I didn’t have to make the five-hour round trip from home. CLIC Sargent offered us a place to stay at Billy’s House over the road, and Starr also stayed there when she was well enough. It gave us the opportunity to enjoy some quality time in an environment just like home.” Starr's story is just one example of how your support has helped over the past year. Thank you.

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How we help Children, young people and cancer Every day in the UK, 10 children and young people find out they have cancer. Treatment normally starts at once and can last up to three years. Although eight in 10 will survive cancer, it is still the leading cause of death from a single disease among children and young people in the UK. We estimate there are 10,000 survivors of childhood cancer under the age of 25 living in the UK at this moment. Around 30% have a chronic condition and a further 30% have another ongoing health-related problem.

How CLIC Sargent helps children and young people like Starr We provide emotional, practical and financial support to help them cope with the impact of cancer. We provide Homes from Home accommodation for families close to specialist hospitals. We provide short holidays so families can get a break from dealing with the impact of cancer. We provide a wide range of information, from storybooks for children, factsheets for young adults and practical information for parents. We carry out research that demonstrates to key decision-makers (eg in government) the needs of children and young people with cancer.

Around 3,600 children and young people aged between 0 and 24 are diagnosed with cancer in the UK every year: 44% are aged 0 to 15 years 14% are aged 16 to 18 years 42% are aged 19 to 24 years.

What children and young people with cancer want We are guided by the views and needs of children and young people with cancer. They have told us what matters to them: to be able to 6

spend more time at home during treatment; to socialise with friends and family; to keep up with school work; to have emotional support and to get clinical support at home. So that is what we aim to give them. 7


How we help Children, young people and cancer Every day in the UK, 10 children and young people find out they have cancer. Treatment normally starts at once and can last up to three years. Although eight in 10 will survive cancer, it is still the leading cause of death from a single disease among children and young people in the UK. We estimate there are 10,000 survivors of childhood cancer under the age of 25 living in the UK at this moment. Around 30% have a chronic condition and a further 30% have another ongoing health-related problem.

How CLIC Sargent helps children and young people like Starr We provide emotional, practical and financial support to help them cope with the impact of cancer. We provide Homes from Home accommodation for families close to specialist hospitals. We provide short holidays so families can get a break from dealing with the impact of cancer. We provide a wide range of information, from storybooks for children, factsheets for young adults and practical information for parents. We carry out research that demonstrates to key decision-makers (eg in government) the needs of children and young people with cancer.

Around 3,600 children and young people aged between 0 and 24 are diagnosed with cancer in the UK every year: 44% are aged 0 to 15 years 14% are aged 16 to 18 years 42% are aged 19 to 24 years.

What children and young people with cancer want We are guided by the views and needs of children and young people with cancer. They have told us what matters to them: to be able to 6

spend more time at home during treatment; to socialise with friends and family; to keep up with school work; to have emotional support and to get clinical support at home. So that is what we aim to give them. 7


Our figures Our total income in 2010/2011 was an amazing

How we supported children, young people and their families in 2010/2011

1%

ÂŁ26.49m

10%

Improving the health and wellbeing of children and young people with cancer

89% of this was raised by our wonderful supporters through fundraising activities, donations and legacies.

37%

We raised 10% by selling products in our shops, online or by mail order. 1% came from our investments and other income.

89%

How you supported us in 2010/2011 37% of our voluntary income was raised through our corporate partnerships. 32% was raised from local and national events, runs and challenges.

9% 10% 37% 12%

12% was left to us as gifts in Wills. 10% came from charitable trusts and gifts from major donors 9% came from donors responding to our appeals.

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Reducing the practical and financial burden of cancer

32%

27%

Building support and understanding, to help children and young people with cancer feel less isolated

27%

Researching for better futures

5%

Investing in the development and improvement of services

4%

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Our figures Our total income in 2010/2011 was an amazing

How we supported children, young people and their families in 2010/2011

1%

ÂŁ26.49m

10%

Improving the health and wellbeing of children and young people with cancer

89% of this was raised by our wonderful supporters through fundraising activities, donations and legacies.

37%

We raised 10% by selling products in our shops, online or by mail order. 1% came from our investments and other income.

89%

How you supported us in 2010/2011 37% of our voluntary income was raised through our corporate partnerships. 32% was raised from local and national events, runs and challenges.

9% 10% 37% 12%

12% was left to us as gifts in Wills. 10% came from charitable trusts and gifts from major donors 9% came from donors responding to our appeals.

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Reducing the practical and financial burden of cancer

32%

27%

Building support and understanding, to help children and young people with cancer feel less isolated

27%

Researching for better futures

5%

Investing in the development and improvement of services

4%

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Our key achievements in 2010/2011 We have given in-depth support to over

6,500 children

and young people with cancer and their families in 2010/2011.

Nine out of 10

people who used CLIC Sargent services rated the support they received as good or excellent in our 2010 service user survey.

We gave

4,507 grants,

with a total value of

ÂŁ934,429, to help

families deal with the financial impact of cancer.

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There were

1,242 family stays

in our Homes from Home, enabling families to be near their loved ones during treatment.


Our key achievements in 2010/2011 We have given in-depth support to over

6,500 children

and young people with cancer and their families in 2010/2011.

Nine out of 10

people who used CLIC Sargent services rated the support they received as good or excellent in our 2010 service user survey.

We gave

4,507 grants,

with a total value of

ÂŁ934,429, to help

families deal with the financial impact of cancer.

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There were

1,242 family stays

in our Homes from Home, enabling families to be near their loved ones during treatment.


Mick’s story

How you helped us in 2010/2011

Mick, 21, is from Newry in Northern Ireland. He was diagnosed with a rare brain tumour in 2010 and has now finished treatment. He is living at home before starting university in September.

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“I was in training for a triathlon when I first noticed a small lump on my head. 10 days later I was having brain surgery to remove a tumour. It was malignant so I started chemotherapy and then radiotherapy. I deferred my university place and now I’ve decided to change my course and study therapeutic radiography. Having had radiotherapy I’ll be able to help other people going through it. CLIC Sargent has been there for me from the beginning. I got a financial grant within a week or so of being diagnosed, and I met Laurena, my CLIC Sargent Social Worker, on my first day of chemotherapy. She has been brilliant. Deferring university really preyed on my mind. But Laurena helped me work through what I needed to do, and it took some of the stress away. Now I can’t wait to start university. My view is that you just have to get on with it and not let cancer hold you back.” Mick's story is just one example of how the funds you provide can help children and young people with cancer.

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In February 2011 we opened our first vintage/ retro shop in Bristol. Very much part of the local community, the shop hosts events, sells work from local artists and has its own Facebook page. In 2010 we launched our first ever e-card, enabling supporters to send an instant environmentallyfriendly greeting while making a donation to CLIC Sargent. This has been a huge success, raising over £4,000 so far. Readathon Our partnership with Readathon, a national sponsored reading event, raised a fantastic £140,000 against a £100,000 target!

Tesco Charity of the Year partnership The partnership raised £7.3 million for key workers to help young people with cancer spend more time at home. Fundraising activities included store collections, bike rides and a Strictly Come Dancing competition! Record-breaking runners CLIC Sargent runners raised a record-breaking £2 million at this year’s Virgin London Marathon, more than any other previous official charity has raised. We are immensely proud of all our amazing runners – thank you! ITV's This Morning appeal smashes target Last December, CLIC Sargent was This Morning’s Christmas Appeal charity, raising an incredible £430,000 in one month.

Yummy Mummy week In March 2011, over 40,000 yummy mummies hosted fundraising events from pamper nights and coffee mornings, to cake sales and 'dresspink' days at work, raising over £80,000!

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Mick’s story

How you helped us in 2010/2011

Mick, 21, is from Newry in Northern Ireland. He was diagnosed with a rare brain tumour in 2010 and has now finished treatment. He is living at home before starting university in September.

Trading

“I was in training for a triathlon when I first noticed a small lump on my head. 10 days later I was having brain surgery to remove a tumour. It was malignant so I started chemotherapy and then radiotherapy. I deferred my university place and now I’ve decided to change my course and study therapeutic radiography. Having had radiotherapy I’ll be able to help other people going through it. CLIC Sargent has been there for me from the beginning. I got a financial grant within a week or so of being diagnosed, and I met Laurena, my CLIC Sargent Social Worker, on my first day of chemotherapy. She has been brilliant. Deferring university really preyed on my mind. But Laurena helped me work through what I needed to do, and it took some of the stress away. Now I can’t wait to start university. My view is that you just have to get on with it and not let cancer hold you back.” Mick's story is just one example of how the funds you provide can help children and young people with cancer.

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In February 2011 we opened our first vintage/ retro shop in Bristol. Very much part of the local community, the shop hosts events, sells work from local artists and has its own Facebook page. In 2010 we launched our first ever e-card, enabling supporters to send an instant environmentallyfriendly greeting while making a donation to CLIC Sargent. This has been a huge success, raising over £4,000 so far. Readathon Our partnership with Readathon, a national sponsored reading event, raised a fantastic £140,000 against a £100,000 target!

Tesco Charity of the Year partnership The partnership raised £7.3 million for key workers to help young people with cancer spend more time at home. Fundraising activities included store collections, bike rides and a Strictly Come Dancing competition! Record-breaking runners CLIC Sargent runners raised a record-breaking £2 million at this year’s Virgin London Marathon, more than any other previous official charity has raised. We are immensely proud of all our amazing runners – thank you! ITV's This Morning appeal smashes target Last December, CLIC Sargent was This Morning’s Christmas Appeal charity, raising an incredible £430,000 in one month.

Yummy Mummy week In March 2011, over 40,000 yummy mummies hosted fundraising events from pamper nights and coffee mornings, to cake sales and 'dresspink' days at work, raising over £80,000!

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Faith’s story Three-year-old Faith, from Thurso in Scotland, was diagnosed with neuroblastoma when she was just eight weeks old. Her mother, Nathalie, tells us about their experience. “To remove the tumours in her abdomen Faith has had a number of surgeries in Glasgow, which is really far from where we live. You can’t make the journey there and back in a single day. Luckily, we were able to stay in CLIC Sargent’s Cruachan House in Glasgow. Family could visit us there and we could do a load of washing or cook meals – they sound like small things but they make you feel more normal, even though what you’re going through is far from normal. The £200 we received from CLIC Sargent was great to keep us ticking over, and our social worker helped us work out what benefits and support we were entitled to, what we had to do and where we needed to go to claim them. Evelyn, our CLIC Sargent Social Worker, was always there to talk to and it was a relief to share my worries with someone. The support we’ve received from CLIC Sargent has definitely made things a lot easier for us.” Faith is just one of the many children our wonderful supporters have helped us reach out to.

Our future plans We are facing big challenges in 2011/2012. The credit crunch and planned changes to the NHS could have a major impact on the children, young people and families we support. There could be significant cuts in the NHS workforce and budgets over the next few years. Local authorities, too, will be making widespread cuts and changes to services. We will do all we can to ensure the young people and families we support are affected as little as possible by these cuts

and changes. We will continue to ensure that all children and young people up to the age of 25 who have been diagnosed with cancer can access services that will meet their practical and emotional needs. At the moment, although we reach 95% of children aged 0 to 15, we only reach 60% of young people aged 16 to 18, and 40% aged 19 to 24. This means many are missing out on the vital support they need.

Our priorities We will continue improving our services. We will continue developing our ‘key worker’ project to help young people spend more time at home and less in hospital. We will work towards improving our bereavement service and information service. We will redevelop our website to improve the information available to children, young people and their families. We will put in place a strategy to raise more funds to enable us to deliver these plans.

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Faith’s story Three-year-old Faith, from Thurso in Scotland, was diagnosed with neuroblastoma when she was just eight weeks old. Her mother, Nathalie, tells us about their experience. “To remove the tumours in her abdomen Faith has had a number of surgeries in Glasgow, which is really far from where we live. You can’t make the journey there and back in a single day. Luckily, we were able to stay in CLIC Sargent’s Cruachan House in Glasgow. Family could visit us there and we could do a load of washing or cook meals – they sound like small things but they make you feel more normal, even though what you’re going through is far from normal. The £200 we received from CLIC Sargent was great to keep us ticking over, and our social worker helped us work out what benefits and support we were entitled to, what we had to do and where we needed to go to claim them. Evelyn, our CLIC Sargent Social Worker, was always there to talk to and it was a relief to share my worries with someone. The support we’ve received from CLIC Sargent has definitely made things a lot easier for us.” Faith is just one of the many children our wonderful supporters have helped us reach out to.

Our future plans We are facing big challenges in 2011/2012. The credit crunch and planned changes to the NHS could have a major impact on the children, young people and families we support. There could be significant cuts in the NHS workforce and budgets over the next few years. Local authorities, too, will be making widespread cuts and changes to services. We will do all we can to ensure the young people and families we support are affected as little as possible by these cuts

and changes. We will continue to ensure that all children and young people up to the age of 25 who have been diagnosed with cancer can access services that will meet their practical and emotional needs. At the moment, although we reach 95% of children aged 0 to 15, we only reach 60% of young people aged 16 to 18, and 40% aged 19 to 24. This means many are missing out on the vital support they need.

Our priorities We will continue improving our services. We will continue developing our ‘key worker’ project to help young people spend more time at home and less in hospital. We will work towards improving our bereavement service and information service. We will redevelop our website to improve the information available to children, young people and their families. We will put in place a strategy to raise more funds to enable us to deliver these plans.

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David’s story David, from North Wales, was diagnosed with neuroblastoma when he was just three. Michelle, his grandmother and guardian, tells us his story. “David’s very active; he’s always on the go like any other five year old. When he was diagnosed, he had been struggling with pain in his hips, which we never imagined would be cancer. David’s treatment has affected the entire family. He was diagnosed on his first day of pre-school and hasn’t been back since, so we’re all together at home. Our CLIC Sargent Nurse, Eleri, comes to the house to take bloods and the children all have their little jobs to help her. She’s very good with them, and David responds well to her. She’s also always there for me, to lend an ear. It’s expensive travelling to and from hospital for appointments and Sue, our CLIC Sargent Social Worker, helped me apply for a CLIC Sargent grant. It’s one less thing to worry about when you are thinking about treatment and also looking after five children. Sue has been absolutely brilliant. As soon as I have needed anything it has been sorted with the minimum of fuss.” David's story is just one example of how your support helps to provide nurses and social workers for families living with cancer.

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David’s story David, from North Wales, was diagnosed with neuroblastoma when he was just three. Michelle, his grandmother and guardian, tells us his story. “David’s very active; he’s always on the go like any other five year old. When he was diagnosed, he had been struggling with pain in his hips, which we never imagined would be cancer. David’s treatment has affected the entire family. He was diagnosed on his first day of pre-school and hasn’t been back since, so we’re all together at home. Our CLIC Sargent Nurse, Eleri, comes to the house to take bloods and the children all have their little jobs to help her. She’s very good with them, and David responds well to her. She’s also always there for me, to lend an ear. It’s expensive travelling to and from hospital for appointments and Sue, our CLIC Sargent Social Worker, helped me apply for a CLIC Sargent grant. It’s one less thing to worry about when you are thinking about treatment and also looking after five children. Sue has been absolutely brilliant. As soon as I have needed anything it has been sorted with the minimum of fuss.” David's story is just one example of how your support helps to provide nurses and social workers for families living with cancer.

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Please continue your support for CLIC Sargent Make a donation

Volunteer

We rely on donations to fund our vital services, as we receive virtually no support from the government. You can give a one-off donation, make a regular gift or set up a dedicated fund to provide longterm support. You can also help secure our future by including a gift to CLIC Sargent in your Will.

This is a very rewarding way to help us and gain new skills. We can offer you a wide choice of volunteering opportunities, from helping in our shops to specialised projects across the UK.

Sign up for a run or challenge If you want to get fitter, like the thought of an adventure, or simply fancy trying something new, why not sign up for one of our amazing events? We’ve got everything from running 5k to overland treks, cycles and skydives. Take up our challenge and go the extra mile for children and young people with cancer!

To find out more about how you can get involved, please visit

www.clicsargent.org.uk/ getinvolved

Look what our wonderful supporters are doing Thank you for your support over the last eight months. I have thoroughly enjoyed my journey raising money for CLIC Sargent and running, completing and surviving the marathon! Well done to you and your team for all your hard work and support. Clare Aldrich, Marathon runner

My mother lost a child to cancer aged 14 in 1968 at a time when emotional support to parents and families was virtually non-existent. She very much understood and appreciated the invaluable work the charity does for both the child and for their family. For this reason she left CLIC Sargent a gift in her Will.

Just thinking of the worthwhile cause… so many children and families need so much help… it is a really worthwhile job raising money and caring for others. Linda Hallett, CLIC Sargent volunteer at Truro Shop

Mr D Byrne, son of the late Mrs Irene Byrne

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Our achievements in your area over the last 12 months Shaping the future of services in Northern Ireland In March 2011 a workshop with the Northern Ireland Cancer Network looked at raising awareness of the need for cancer services for teenagers and young adults, exploring what needs to change and how this might be achieved.

Chris Hollins, BBC TV presenter Patron Chris Hollins visited the Cancer Centre at Belfast City Hospital in November 2010. He toured the radiotherapy suite and met Naomi Spence, a CLIC Sargent Community Play Specialist, before meeting young cancer patients and survivors from across Northern Ireland.

And in 2011/2012

Belfast Appeal

In November 2011, we will be launching an appeal for £4 million for two new ‘Homes from Home’ near the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children and the Belfast City and Northern Ireland Cancer Centre. These homes will enable families to stay together, free of charge, close to the hospital where their child is receiving treatment.

Former world boxing champion Barry McGuigan will be Patron of the appeal, and his wife Sandra will Chair the Appeal Committee. Barry told us: “I know about the vital support CLIC Sargent provides, because it helped our family when my daughter Danika was diagnosed with leukaemia at the age of 11.”

To find out more, please visit our website www.clicsargent.org.uk/belfastappeal 2

Look what our wonderful supporters are doing in Northern Ireland CLIC Sargent is a really good organisation to volunteer for. They look after you and help you gain confidence and skills. You really can make a difference! Brenda Suen, Belfast Fundraising Office

The thrill of falling through the cloud – nothing but white all around – then suddenly the parachute opens and we are in bright sunlight with local landmarks far below. I want to skydive again! It was an experience of a lifetime and a brilliant way to help children by raising funds for CLIC Sargent. Two of my neighbours supported me for £100 each. Everyone should try it! Jim Taylor, participant in our Skydive Challenge

When I had a stroke two years go, I decided to take a look at my Will and include a legacy to CLIC Sargent. My neighbour’s grandson died of cancer about five years ago. He was just 11 and it broke my heart. He was a lovely boy who used to ask if he could help me with anything. I’d like to help CLIC Sargent look after more young boys and girls like him. Vera McKinney, Portstewart

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Thank you You may have given a donation, joined in a fundraising event, volunteered at your local CLIC Sargent shop or taken on one of our challenges. No matter how you've chosen to support us, we are truly grateful. You have helped CLIC Sargent reach out to children and young people like David, Mick, Starr and Faith. You're helping to make life easier for children and young people with cancer and their families. Whether you live in Belfast or Bangor, Dungannon or Downpatrick – whatever you’re doing to support CLIC Sargent, please keep doing it.

www.clicsargent.org.uk

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CLIC Sargent supporter review NI 2011  

This is CLIC Sargent's supporter review for Northern Ireland showing how your support really makes a difference to children and young peopl...