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Supporting Small Charity Week

Fundraising manager Emma Tyler takes a look at the importance of Small Charity Week and why Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT) is supporting it. Getting involved June 15 to 20 is Small Charity Week (SCW), a celebration of all the fantastic work being done by amazing...

Retinoblastoma research: changing the future

Ever since the charity’s earliest days, funding research into Rb has been a key part of the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust’s work. Though CHECT is a small charity it provides a substantial proportion of global funding for research on Rb. Back in 1997, CHECT, then known as...

First to receive new type of eye cancer treatment

The Childhood Eye Cancer Trust is currently funding research projects which hope to improve outcomes and develop new targeted treatments for retinoblastoma. Here Lucy Deakin shares her experience when her daughter Eliza became one of the first children in the UK to...

Zachary Sinclair – My Story

Zachary’s story told by Dad Stuart and Mum Hayley. Diagnosis “On the 18th September 2013 we received the devastating news that our ten month old son Zachary had a tumour in his left eye which is known as Retinoblastoma. We had never heard of this before and as...

Team CHECT take on the London Marathon

Fundraising manager Fiona Heath reports back on a brilliant day for our runners in the London Marathon and their families and supporters who came along to cheer them on. Bright spirits The skies may have been grey and leaden but our runners’ spirits were bright, up...