The Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust is a UK based charity that provides vital support for Families affected by childhood cancer. Set up in memory of 4-year-old Grace, the GKCCT is dedicated to fighting childhood cancer, the biggest medical cause of death of children in the UK.
Childhood cancer is not as rare as we may think. It affects 1 in every 500 children before the age of 14. Our signs and symptoms awareness card scheme helps teach parents, carers and clinicians the signs to look for. Early diagnosis is saving lives.
The Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust funds vital research into kinder, more effective treatments and produces information resources for parents and children. We also provide emotional and financial support at times when families need it most.
The Trust receives no statutory funding, so all contributions, small or large, can help make a real difference to the lives of children fighting cancer.
To find out more about our work, to find out the important signs to look for or to help support our work, please go to our website.
Working towards our strapline, “Because the children of today all deserve a tomorrow.”
For more information please click on www.gkcct.org
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