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

PASIC is delighted to have been chosen as one of the local grassroot charities supported by the Co-op Local Community Fund.

So, if you shop at the Co-op, even if it’s just popping in for a pint of milk, choose to support us and select PASIC as your charity of choice. 2p from every £1 you spend on Co-op branded products will be added to your chosen cause.

To set PASIC up as your chosen cause and for more information please visit go to https://membership.coop.co.uk/causes/60342

 

The money you help raise through the Co-op Community Fund will go towards our vital programme of activities, enabling children living with a life-threatening illness to enjoy the same experiences as any other child.

Our Family Activities Programme brings together families facing the trauma of childhood cancer, providing respite, reducing isolation and offering an opportunity to have some ‘normal’ family fun. It will help children, siblings, and parents build support networks and friendships and gain access to a network of peer support. Through fun group activities, it will also give them a welcome break from hospital treatments and the stresses that a serious illness brings.

A group outing

When you choose to support PASIC you’ll be adding to our money pot every time you shop at any Co-op store across the UK, at no extra cost to you. All you need to do is select PASIC within your online account and remember to swipe your membership card at checkout.

In addition we’re also thrilled to have been linked to three local Co-op stores and two Co-op Funeralcares in Nottingham:

·        Store – Bracebridge Drive NG8 4PH
·        Store – Wollaton – Lambourne Drive NG8 1GR
·        Store – Middleton Boulevard NG8 1FW
·        Funeralcare – Nottingham Triumph Rd NG7 2GA
·        Funeralcare – Aspley NG8 5RR

 

We’ll be working closely with staff members in these five stores over the next year to raise awareness of childhood cancer and raise more funds for children and young people diagnosed in the East Midlands. But remember, you don’t have to shop in these stores – purchases in all Co-op stores across the UK will count towards our fund, so please share with family and friends.