Solving Kids Cancer

Solving kid's Cancer are fighting for a future where no child dies of the childhood cancer neuroblastoma or suffers due to its treatment.They do this through Advancing science through investment in clinical research.

SKC provide hope, information, and support to families throughout their cancer journey as well as raising awareness of the reality of neuroblastoma and advocating for change.

Solving Kids’ Cancer UK is striving for better outcomes for children affected by childhood cancer both now and in the future. We have particular focus and expertise in the rare and complex childhood cancer, neuroblastoma.

Neuroblastoma, a cancer that primarily affects children under the age of five, is a devastating disease. Disturbingly, approximately 50% of neuroblastoma cases are classified as high-risk, presenting an alarming survival rate as low as 40-50%. Furthermore, the odds of relapse for children with high-risk neuroblastoma stand at a daunting 50%, resulting in a dramatic decline in survival rates to a mere 10%.

Gail Jackson, Chief Executive Solving Kids’ Cancer

At Solving Kids’ Cancer UK, we raise money to initiate and fund ground-breaking clinical research, advocate for increased awareness and positive change, and provide vital support and hope to families throughout their cancer journey.

We are fighting for a future where no child dies of the childhood cancer neuroblastoma or suffers due to the treatment they receive.


“It truly is an honour for us to be included as part of the GamesAid family. This relationship means so much to us and the children and families we support. Children with neuroblastoma and their families are faced with immense challenges and as a small charity we are continually challenged to find the resources we need to ensure we can continue to be there to support them when they need us the most. We believe that GamesAid and its members truly understand this and help to make our families feel seen and heard. We are so excited to be working with you again this year, thank you so much to everyone who voted for us.”

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