New Gold Ribbon products for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. To celebrate, we are launching two unique Gold Ribbon products to raise awareness of neuroblastoma and raise life-saving funds.

Join us by #GoingGold

Show your support and wear a Gold Ribbon this September.

Show your support and wear a Gold Ribbon this September.

During Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Neuroblastoma UK will be joining other children’s cancer charities by wearing a Gold Ribbon.

Across the world, the gold ribbon is an awareness symbol to show support for children with cancer and their families.

Donate £1 today to receive your Gold Ribbon.

Turn on the charm

Our unique, hand-made bracelet.

Our unique, hand-made bracelet.

Donate £3 today and receive this unique Ribbon Bracelet to show your support.

This beautiful hand-made bracelet features a special ribbon charm on a golden cord.

It comes in a hand stamped Neuroblastoma UK kraft envelope on a backing card.

Donate £3 for your special Ribbon Bracelet

#WearAndShare your photos on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter!

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Evie’s story

“We were told that Evie had neuroblastoma just before Christmas 2015. In March 2017, Evie got the all clear and rang the treatment belI.

Evie is amazing. She’s full of character, she’s so funny and it’s wonderful to see her doing normal things.

That’s why I wanted to share our story, to share the good news.”

About neuroblastoma

Sadly, every week in the UK, two families like Evie’s are told that their child has neuroblastoma, a rare and life-threatening cancer.

Neuroblastoma is a cancer of the nerve cells. It usually affects children under the age of five, and can occur before a child is born. It is the most common solid tumour in childhood after brain tumours.

Your support can make a big difference to children like Evie.

Funding research. Saving lives.

Thanks to your support, Neuroblastoma UK is supporting nine new research studies this year, with a total funding of £1.177 million.

Every two years, we run a research competition to ensure that your donations fund the best neuroblastoma research which have potential value to neuroblastoma patients. By funding leading research projects, we can help scientists to deliver new, effective and kinder treatments for children with neuroblastoma.

As part of our commitment to drive forward research into this terrible disease, we want to double our annual income over the next two years.

But we rely entirely on voluntary donations to continue our work. Please donate today and help children with neuroblastoma. Thank you.