Each September, Children with Cancer UK joins charities around the world in supporting Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, an internationally recognised awareness month, highlighted and promoted by many childhood cancer charities.
Children with Cancer UK's 2022 theme was ‘When I grow up’. Dreaming of who we want to be when we grow up is a magical part of every childhood. But for many children and young people who survive a childhood cancer diagnosis, life doesn’t always return to normal when treatment ends. Children with Cancer UK is working towards a world in which every child gets to grow up and fulfil their dreams.
As part of the campaign, we asked aspiring dancer Eve, 13, to join us for a day to explore her aspirations for when she grows up. Eve, who received a cancer diagnosis at a young age, met with professionals who specialise in what she loves, including charity ambassador Dame Arlene Phillips, and visited the legendary Sadler's Wells theatre.
Children with Cancer UK is one of the leading charities for childhood cancer research in the UK, working to create a world where every child survives cancer.