Supporting families of children and young
 people with cancer in the East Midlands

Our supporters

Meet some of our amazing supporters: community groups, schools, local and national companies, individuals, schools and grant makers who support PASIC every day.

National Citizens Service

Organized activity packs for the children’s oncology wards and a Family Fun Day to raise money for PASIC.

WhiteStuff Nottingham

A great staff team organising fundraising events throughout the year, have thousands of pounds from their Nottingham store since 2014, with the added support of the WhiteStuff Foundation.

Music makers

Music makers and Band Camp holiday club gigs have made wonderful music and raised invaluable funds for PASIC over the last year.

Ian Warren and family

Fabulous fun fundraising starting with Ian’s New Year’s resolution to complete a run a month in aid of PASIC led to karaoke nights, an ‘It’s a Knock Out’ tournament and muddy Farmageddon run!

Children in Need

Funding our annual programmes of fun outings for children and young people with cancer and their siblings.

Brinsley Community Choir

The Community Choir donated £2,000, the proceeds of 2 concerts to PASIC, a charity close to their hearts.

Elevate RTC

Thank you for providing mountains of Easter Eggs and raffle prizes to help both our families and our fundraising.

Global Make Some Noise

Grant funding our new Family Support Worker at Leicester Royal Infirmary, expanding our service across the East Midlands. A big thank you to all Capital FM and Smooth Radio listeners who donated.

Nottingham Girls High School

The school’s busking group sang their hearts out entertaining Christmas Shoppers, raising over £500 for PASIC.

Domestic and General

Domestic and General office charity 2016-17. Amazing staff with an incredible enthusiasm for fundraising!

The PASIC Team would like to say a very big thank you to everyone in our community of fundraisers and supporters who’ve been busy helping us make life better for the lives of families of children and young people with cancer in the last few months.

Let us know if you’ve done your bit so we can shout about it too!