With the new £10 note coming into circulation many of us are eager to get our hands on the new plastic ‘tenner’.
Amongst all the excitement around the new note, did you know that £10 could buy torches for healthcare workers in Ghana to screen children for eye cancer? Spotting the early warning signs of childhood cancer is essential to ensuring children gain access to the treatment they need as soon as possible.
Every 3 minutes a child with cancer dies in the developing world. World Child Cancer’s Stop the Childhood Cancer Clock appeal aims to address this with cost effective and sustainable solutions by providing training to healthcare workers in developing countries and supporting some of the poorest and most vulnerable families in the world.
By donating your first #firsttenner you could help Stop the Childhood Cancer Clock. Every donation you make between now and December 18th will be doubled by the UK Government so there has never been a better time to give.