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Courageous children receive Star Awards in virtual celebration

Pixie Lott and other celebrity guests surprise children with messages of support in virtual Star Award ceremony, celebrates the courage of children with cancer.

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Charity promotes eco-fashion with collection at Love Not Landfill pop-up

Cancer Research UK presents charity collection in collaboration with influencer Shannon Alexandra at the Love Not Landfill fashion pop-up in London.

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Sustainability a major focus of our 17th year partnering with TK Maxx

In 2004, we joined forces with TK Maxx to raise awareness and funds for children’s and young people’s cancers. Since…

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Philanthropist Simon Collins: “I realised I could make a difference by applying things I can do to things I couldn’t in a million years”

As chair of our philanthropic giving circle the Catalyst Club, businessman Simon Collins is helping to unlock transformational funding to support our life-saving research. Meet Simon and learn more about the Catalyst Club, which turns 10 this year.

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Our sun safety messaging tours the UK with the NIVEA Sun Safety Roadshow

In 2012, we launched our partnership with NIVEA SUN to raise funds for research into skin cancer and raise awareness…

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Charity ‘looks to the future with renewed optimism’

Cancer Research UK’s Annual Report and Accounts 2020/21 reveals the impact of the pandemic on its income and spend on charitable activities over the past year.

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Race for Life events are back this autumn

Sign up to your local event and raise money to help beat cancer.

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David Dangoor: “Education is a treasure that you give someone and they carry with them all their life”

The businessman, philanthropist and long-standing Cancer Research UK supporter tells us about his family’s latest £1.2m donation.

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“I feel extremely proud when I look at what we’ve achieved”: ScottishPower’s Andrew Ward reflects on our partnership as we renew for another three years

Our partnership with ScottishPower began in 2012, since then it’s raised over £30m. We’re thrilled to announce that we’re extending this extraordinary partnership for another three years.

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Professor Ian Tomlinson: “Philanthropy is priceless to science”

The director of our Cancer Research UK Edinburgh Centre walks us through some of his proudest research achievements and how supporters have made them possible.

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