Making the discoveries that defeat cancer.
Only 3 new drugs have been approved in the last 20 years to treat childhood cancers
We have already raised £750,000 and now aim to reach £1,500,000 over the next 3 years to pay for research to find a cure for rhabdomyosarcoma.
Higher Scientific Officer & Lab Reagents
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This money covers the salary of a Higher Scientific Officer to support the ICR's rhabdomyosarcoma research.
The ICR team continue to make progress researching rhabdomyosarcoma using the funds raised by Alice's Arc
These funds have enabled the recruitment of a Clinical Research Fellow to add to the team researching rhabdo at the ICR.
We are delighted to be featured in an article in the ICR's Spring 2019 edition of their Search magazine
Over 100 spectators braved snowy conditions to watch 45 people fire walk to raise funds to help children with cancer
Olivia Ruhen will work in a Postdoc role on the ICR's rhabdomyosarcoma research team
Shane is taking on this challenge in August, cycling from Land's End to John O'Groats, in memory of his nephew, Freddie.
We have now donated almost £280K to the ICR team since the inception of the relationship in 2016.
The charity had 14 runners participating in this stunning central London Half Marathon.
On the 8th October 2019, Alice Wakeling passed away peacefully, after almost 5 years fighting rhabdomyosarcoma.
8 cyclists rode over 240 miles from London to Paris over three days to raise funds for Alice's Arc
Alice's Arc has fulfilled it's initial three year pledge to the ICR and given the team a further £69K for research
23 parents ran the Watford Autumn 10K in support of Alice's Arc
The EpSSG meeting brings together international professionals devoted to treating children with soft tissue sarcoma
Benjamin Ronsseray nominated the charity for this award given his son, Gaspard's, rhabdomyosarcoma diagnosis.
We are delighted to announce that, the newly formed fund, Hope With Gaspard, will raise funds for Alice's Arc
Jess Macqueen passed away from rhabdomyosarcoma just 5 months after her diagnosis
The Edward Gostling Foundation supports people living with long-term illnesses
Up Up and Away and Alice's Arc enjoyed visiting the oncology wards with heart balloons, sweet cones and chocolate hearts
Local schools Walthamstow Hall Junior and New Beacon held Valentine's fundraising events
There have been various fundraising initiatives put in place around the firm's network in memory of Alice Wakeling.
This tells Alice's cancer story from her point of view and illustrates the mission and progress of Alice's Arc
Sara was delighted to take up the opportunity to attend this reception in celebration of International Woman's Day
We hosted 85 people at St Julian's Club, Sevenoaks on Saturday 14th March 2020 at a 'Go Gold' casino fundraising event
Alice's school organised a fun run, on Saturday 14th March 2020, in Knole Park for the whole school and their families.
After a 4 year battle, Elsa sadly passed away from embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma on April 14th 2020.
Natalie, a trainee psychologist, is the mother of two boys, both diagnosed with cancer within months of one another.
Generous support for the charity enabled us to create goody bags for children with cancer receiving chemotherapy at GOSH
Elsa sadly died in April 2020 and her parents want the funds raised to contribute to research in to rhabdomyosarcoma.
Alice's school choose Alice's Arc as their charity of the year for the 2019/20 academic school year
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