Since 2014, Outlanders have raised an phenomenal £101,559!
On behalf of everyone at World Child Cancer we would like to thank all Outlanders across the world for their amazing fundraising over the years. With the support of Outlanders, we have been able to work together with our healthcare partners to ensure that more children with cancer, and their families living in the developing world receive the best possible treatment and support.
2016 was an incredible year for Outlanders from the USA to Norway and everywhere in-between. The support that Outlanders have shown us is remarkable and they have helped us to reach out to more children with cancer living in the developing world.
The activities that took place include the Go Gold Walk, auctioning of Outlander merchandise, t-shirt campaigns, and many enjoyable bake sales. We love to hear about all the wonderful ways that Outlanders are fundraising for us, so please get in contact with Alice.
We have now launched our 2017 Cait's Caraids Campaign so pledge your support now to become one of the Caraids today! The Voyager Walk is now over but there is plenty of time to take part in your own fundraiser for children with cancer, and their families, in Ghana! Contact Alice today.
Below are just some examples of how Outlanders help to spread the word about World Child Cancer!
Fiona Mann drew Claire and Jamie and auctioned them off.
Belén is a member of Clan Lallybroch in Andalucia in Southern Spain. Above is a collage of the other members taking part in the ‘I am an Unusual Lady’ campaign.
Alexandra Kakadiari @LexiKakadiari took part in our 'When I Was Young' social media campaign in 2016 for September Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
On behalf of our Celebrity Patron, Caitriona Balfe, we would like to say a huge THANK YOU!
If you are planning to run a merchandise campaign in support of World Child Cancer, whether it is t-shirts/calendars etc please do let Alice know before the campaign begins. World Child Cancer is unable to endorse any merchandise fundraising, unless we have been notified beforehand.