Why you should volunteer to collect donations for cancer charity
I want to let readers know that World Cancer Day 2020 is fast approaching on Tuesday, February 4, which is a great time to raise funds and vital awareness locally for children and young people with cancer.
Cancer doesn’t care about your education, your plans, your future. It can turn up at any time. That’s why CLIC Sargent is here to stop it destroying young lives.
With your support this World Cancer Day, CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people, can reach more families and help minimise the damage cancer causes to young people.
We need volunteers to help collect donations in local Morrison’s stores from February 1–4.
Doing bucket collections is fun and rewarding – especially when you do it with friends. Show your support and sign up here www.clicsargent.org.uk/WCDVolunteer or call our Supporter Engagement team who will be happy to help on 0300 330 0803
You can also make a difference by donating £2 and getting your very own special Band Against Cancer wristband.
They come in three limited edition colours and are available from www.clicsargent.org.uk or your local Morrisons store and JD Wetherspoon pubs.
Making a small donation, wearing your wristband and telling others about it is such an easy way to start a conversation on the impact cancer has on young people and their families.
I hope that everyone in Sussex gets behind this and we see the bands all over town!
CLIC Sargent fundraising
and engagement manager