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Just Text Giving
Text ‘WARD14′ and the amount you wish to donate to 70070. For example, if you wanted to donate £5 you would text ‘WARD14 £5′ and send to the number 70070.
Charities Aid Foundation
You can also make a debit or credit card payment online through the Charities Aid Foundation. Simply search for our registered charity number 1013899.
Get in touch
Contact us for fundraising materials or to make a donation by cash or cheque. Please note cheques should be made payable to ‘Children’s Cancer Fund’.
The Children's Cancer Fund was set up by a group of medical professionals in 1992 to process unsolicited donations to the children's cancer unit at the RVI in Newcastle. The main objectives of the charity are to provide support, alleviate suffering and improve the care of children with cancer. We do this by providing additional medical equipment as well as toys and activities to make life on the unit more bearable. We also provide welfare support to families, who can enjoy a much needed break at our caravan on the Northumberland coast. In short, the Children’s Cancer Fund exists to provide whatever the Trustees feel would improve the quality of life for the children who have to spend time in hospital for the treatment of cancer.
Sir Alan Craft
Dr Quentin Campbell-Hewson
The staff at Prudhoe West Primary School, led by Headteacher Carrie Davison, came up with a host of fun and creative fundraising ideas for every day of the week that included a cake sale, coin carpet, superhero day, disco, picnic and even a stunt bikes display team!! The week-long extravaganza has raised over £3000 in support[…]
Phil Robinson (pictured centre in a Newcastle shirt) has successfully hiked to the top of Mount Snowden and, with the help of Scrogg Road Social Club, has raised an incredible £1100 in memory of Ross Thompson. Ross’s mum Anita, and her partner Chris Peacock, have been busy drumming up support for Phil’s achievement and we would like[…]
An inspiring girl from Hadrian Park Primary School has had 12 inches cut from her hair and raised £429 for children with cancer! Autumn Scott bravely decided to go for the chop in support of all the children that lose their hair during chemotherapy treatment. We are incredibly grateful to this young fundraiser and hope[…]