In celebration of International Childhood Cancer Awareness Day 2020 on 15th February we were lucky enough to have our logo up in lights on Tower 42, London’s fifth tallest skyscraper, for a week.
A key part of having our logo shine along the London skyline is about increasing awareness of World Child Cancer. Increasing awareness of our charity and the work we do is an important step in our growth as an organisation which we hope will help us gain more wonderful supporters with the same vision as us - a world where all children with cancer have equal access to the best possible treatment and care. Ultimately, as we move forward and expand our programmes and reach, more support from people like you will help us achieve our goal of supporting 10,000 children a year globally by 2023.
How can you help raise the profile of World Child Cancer?
Spread the word of World Child Cancer today by getting your family and friends to sign up to our newsletter - and if you've not already, what are you waiting for? Sign up now to hear more about the impact of your support.
You can also follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or LinkedIn. We'd love for you to share our posts with your followers so more people understand the importance of our work in supporting children with cancer in twelve low-and middle-income countries we work in.
And finally, if you want to go that one step further, you could hold a fundraiser to increase awareness of World Child Cancer all whilst raising vital funds for some of the most vulnerable children with cancer around the world. Find out more about getting involved.