Solving Kids’ Cancer runs campaigns to fund treatment abroad for individual children who reside in the UK. These campaigns are organised into ‘Journeys’ and ‘Appeals’. Appeals are for families who have determined a treatment for their child abroad for which there is an associated cost to fundraise for. Journeys are less focused campaigns for funds for the eventuality that a child will require a costly treatment path abroad in the future. The key difference between the two formats is whether or not a final decision has been made on which treatment path represents the best option for a family.
Zakky was diagnosed with neuroblastoma a day before his 3rd birthday. He fell ill quickly and had to start treatment as a matter of urgency. His treatment has included; multiple infusions of different chemotherapy drugs; stem cell rescue; surgery; radiotherapy and immunotherapy. As well as this, he’s had multiple injections; blood tests; general anaesthetics; boneRead story →
5-year-old Kaylum is a happy boy who adores superheroes! He was diagnosed with high-risk stage 4 neuroblastoma in July 2013. Despite intensive treatment he suffered a relapse (his cancer returned) in July 2015. Since then he’s received more chemotherapy and MIBG therapy which he’s been responding to well. Kaylum’s family have joined forces with SolvingRead story →
The beginning of 2009 was a very special start for new mum, Joely as she welcomed her first baby girl, Kelli, into the world. A much longed for daughter, Joely fell instantly in love with her new arrival. Just weeks after giving birth, Joely became worried when Kelli wouldn’t stop crying despite all attempts beingRead story →
Mackenzie, who has already beaten neuroblastoma once before, found out that the cancer had come back in November 2012. There are limited options for relapsed neuroblastoma available in the UK, so her parents, Kimberley and Jason, have launched a fundraising appeal with the NCCA UK to raise the money needed for Mackenzie to have clinical treatment in Germany.Read story →