CLIC Sargent

Financial grants to children and young people up to and including the age of 24 who live in the UK and have cancer or have been been diagnosed with a cancer diagnosis within the last 12 months.

Last updated on 8 April 2019

Who is eligible?

Children and young people up to and including the age of 24 who live in the UK and have cancer or have been been diagnosed with a cancer diagnosis within the last 12 months.

How to apply?

Fill out the application form on CLIC Sargent's website.

Once you have applied a CLIC Sargent Social Worker should be in touch. They will meet with you face-to-face to assess your family’s needs. This could be at your home or in hospital. They can apply for a CLIC Sargent standard grant on your behalf; provide benefits and other practical information, and signpost you to other services if you need. In most principal treatment centres you can also access a CLIC Sargent Key Worker who will help to coordinate care in hospital and at home.

See the CLIC Sargant website for more information.

Other information

CLIC Sargent offers other types of support, including:

  • An online community for 16 to 24-year-olds who have, or have had, cancer
  • Information for parents, children, young professionals, care professionals and teachers
  • Free accommodation near principle treatment centres where families can stay for free during their child’s cancer treatment

See the Clic Sargent website for more information on the charity's work. 

CLIC Sargent provides an accredited telephone welfare advice service. You can access this service by calling: 0800 9154439 or emailing: welfareadvice@clicsargent.org.uk

Contact details

Clic Sargent, No. 1 Farriers Yard, Assembly London
77-85 Fulham Palace Road
London
W6 8JA
Telephone: 0303 3300803
Web: http://www.clicsargent.org.uk