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Supporting CLIC Sargent

Ernest Jones is proud to support CLIC Sargent, the UK's leading charity for young cancer patients and their families. We are proud to have raised over £1million to date with the help of customers like you.

Cancer doesn't discriminate. Today, 12 more children and young people will hear the devastating news that they have cancer. From diagnosis, CLIC Sargent's specialist care teams will step in, ready to help, support and guide. They will provide a specialist package of support tailored to each young cancer patient and family.

Elizabeth Lowrey, Strategic Partnerships Lead at CLIC Sargent, said: “CLIC Sargent provide families with practical, emotional and financial support when they need it most. Our social workers step in the minute the doctor says ‘it's cancer’ to give vital support and our Homes from Home offer families a free place to stay nearby while their child is on treatment.

“2020 and the start of 2021 has been hard for everyone but especially the young cancer patients and their families. We are so grateful to the Ernest Jones team for their invaluable support in helping us continue to be there for young people with cancer.”

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Ernest Jones would like to thank everyone who bought the newest member of our team at Christmas… Hope, the CLIC Sargent bear!

Sumayyah, 3, was first diagnosed with leukaemia in August 2018 at 18 months old. She stayed in Great Ormond Street Hospital for six months of chemotherapy treatment before going home in January 2019. However, only five months later, Sumayyah relapsed and was back in hospital. She needed a stem cell transplant but, after weeks of searching the register, they could not find a 100% match so her Mum, Amira, instead donated as a 50% match.

In early 2020, Sumayyah was admitted to hospital again after her Mum found her unresponsive, suffering with seizures. They spent the majority of lockdown – March to May – at Great Ormond Street Hospital without any visitors. Despite all of the struggles Sumayyah has been through, she is a positive ray of light.

On Sunday 6th September 2020, Sumayyah celebrated the first anniversary of her life-saving stem cell transplant, donated by her Mum, Amira.

Read Sumayyah's Story