Girl Power For Charity (or GP4C for short) were set up last year and have had 2 boxing matches –...
PACT – the Parents Association of Children with Tumours and Leukaemia
Research and medical professions continue to do fantastic work, and survival rates are up from 55% in 1977 to 75% today which is an excellent achievement. But still for each and every family of a sick child it’s a physically, emotionally and financially exhausting journey that can last for years. Parents and carers are split between their children; ‘career’ and ‘jobs’ are put on hold for daily trips to, or long stays at hospital; and children undergo harsh treatments and miss the support and friendship of their school friends.
This is where PACT fits in. Put simply, PACT does whatever it can to make the journey less painful. PACT provides a range of services and facilities to help.
Latest News from PACT
PACT Dad James McDonald ran the Robin Hood Marathon in Nottingham on the 27th September and raised £615 for the PACT...
Six lovely members of Chorus will, once again, be doing the Great Yorkshire Run on September 27th in aid of PACT.