CTCLF carries out direct House to House collections in most areas and in some areas we rely on the generosity of local businesses and collectors volunteering their time and resources, collecting on our behalf which reduces our costs and increases the value of your donations which provides a vital boost to our funding and the grants we can make to Charities helping Children and Teenagers with cancer and leukaemia. Thank you for the continuous support!!

The Institute of Cancer Research, £10,000 donation

The ICR is one of the world’s most influential cancer research institutes. The ICR’s aim is to deliver excellent research for the benefit of patients, high-quality training for the next generation of cancer researchers and clinicians, and a sustainable organisation. Please see a report received from The Institute here.
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East Anglia Children’s Hospices (EACH), £7,000 grant

EACH has a network of children hospices and provides care and support for children and young people with life-threatening conditions and their families throughout East Anglia. Visit their

Action Medical Research for Children, £8,000 grant

Paddington’s favourite UK charity has been saving and changing lives through medical research for over 60 years.

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DNAdigest, £3,000 donation

DNAdigest works to promote and enable easier and more efficient sharing of genomics data for research; educate and engage the community about the hurdles and dilemmas for data sharing as faced from the perspective of stakeholders in academia, industry and patient communities. Visit their website:

Be Child Cancer Aware, £3,000 donation

We are the exclusive sponsor and provider of the oncology and hematology programme, and we are honoured to be working in partnership with Beads of Courage USA and Beads of Courage UK. Visit their website:

ROHBTS Charity, £3,000 donation

OHBTS (The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital Bone Tumour Service) is a charity which offers emotional help and practical advice to families through out the trauma of having a child or adult suffering from bone cancer.
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Noah’s Ark Childrens Hospice, £5,000 donation

Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice is a community-based hospice service providing support for children and young people with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions and their families in North and Central London and Hertsmere.
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Haven House Children’s Hospice, £7,000 donation

Haven House Children’s Hospice was first conceived in the early 1990s, as the brainchild of Sue Irwin, a registered nurse and health visitor, who with friends and colleagues founded the charity to provide care to life-limited children and their families at no cost to them.
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Yorkshire Children’s Trust, £2,000 grant

Yorkshire Children’s Trust was founded by two sets of parents after their daughters were diagnosed with Leukaemia. Since 2011, the charity has set out to help children and their families cope with the emotional and financial strain of many life-changing illnesses, something the founders of the charity understand after dealing with cancer.
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From research to education, from equipment to day-to-day running of relevant project, we are passionate about funding initiatives and events that promote and protect the physical and mental health of children and teenagers with leukaemia or other forms of cancer and their families.

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