News News Solving Kids’ Cancer UK Joins Childhood Cancer International - Europe We are delighted to announce our membership into Childhood Cancer International Europe (CCI-E)- a global network of 187 organisations committed to finding the best care for children and young people facing cancer. CCI is the largest patient support organisation for childhood cancer- comprising of mostly parent-led organisations as well as cancer support groups and survivor associations. “With patient-advocacy being at the heart of our mission at Solving Kids’ Cancer UK, we feel very aligned with CCI-E’s values and are excited to see what this new membership will lead to. We make the most difference to the most children when we all work together.” -Nick Bird, Chair of Trustees The landscape around childhood cancer is incredibly complex, with limited public funding and many barriers in developing treatments specifically for children. It is therefore vital that the best effort is made to ensure that the progress that can be made is done so with the biggest impact to the children and families affected. This is why Solving Kids’ Cancer UK has decided to join forces with CCI-E and its members - by joining this collaboration we can help to drive this call further by speaking in one collective voice, with a stronger reach and impact. “Solving Kids’ Cancer UK has a proven record of mobilising international collaboration to reach as many children as possible in the work that we do. There is still so much to be done to ensure that all children have access to the care that they need, and that the quality and effectiveness of this care is unparalleled- yet another mission we are committing to tackle by joining the CCI-E collective.” -Gail Jackson CEO We look forward to sharing more updates on what our CCI-E membership will bring to Solving Kids’ Cancer UK- read more about their work.