“We’re determined to make this Christmas the best ever, because you never know if it’s going to be our last as a family.
As PASIC Support Workers we know how tough Christmas is when your child has cancer. We’re all parents, one of us to a child who’s had cancer.
Every day, families facing a cancer diagnosis turn to us for help. But today we’re turning to you!
We can’t do it on our own. With your help we want this Christmas to be a chance for parents to once again be mum and dad, rather than nurse or carer. A time for their child to be a child, rather than a patient, and enjoy the magical Christmas all children deserve.
Sadly, many families fighting childhood cancer will struggle to get food on the table and presents under the tree, when all they want for Christmas is to spend time together. For some, their child’s illness may mean it’s their last Christmas together.
We need you to help make special memories for families this Christmas and all year round. Pennies or pounds all make a difference.
So if you can, please make a donation.
The difference you’ll make
We’re a lifeline for families who come to us at their lowest moments, desperate for support. They spend weeks and months in hospital, travelling long distances and taking time off work. Family finances take a huge hit and reluctantly, many parents turn to us for help to put food on the table.
Gift a little magic, donate today to fund activities and support to help families of children with cancer.
Or you could donate as little as £3 a month so children with cancer can enjoy fun activities throughout the year.
Help us make sure no family faces childhood cancer alone this Christmas
£10 could bring fun craft activities or a toy to a child in hospital this Christmas
£25 gifts a Christmas Eve Box packed full of festive goodies for the whole family to enjoy together
£50 will give a family much needed time with one of our dedicated Support Workers
£100 will help support a struggling family with an emergency grant this Christmas
Please support our Christmas Appeal if you can and help spread a little bit of joy to an East Midlands family living with childhood cancer.
We’ve so many special memories of children we’ve supported over the years. Read about the difference we make in our Families Stories.