September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Drop in and meet staff and volunteers from the Childhood Cancer Parents Alliance as we raise awareness of childhood cancer and raise funds to support families whose children have cancer.
Bring your lunch and chat at our drop in lunch time session. Relaxed and informal, this is a great way to meet new people, share lunch with friends and see how you and your colleagues could support our work.
VIP Networking Event 5 – 6.30 pm
Open to all businesses our evening networking session kicks off at 5pm. Drop in after work to socialise with like minded individuals. Whether you are just starting out or have been in business a while, this is a great event to make new connections, book via www.ccpa.org.uk
Guest speaker – 6.30pm
Al Sylvester OBE, talks about team building, communications and leadership on his expeditions to the South Pole, Mount Everest base camp and his 881-mile unsupported walk from Land’s End to John O’Groats.
At CCPA we’re working hard to make our charity and fundraising eco-friendlier.
That’s why we are promoting fundraising campaigns that aim to reduce, reuse and recycle everything from computer games to old bras!
Join us on for a day of ‘hands-on’ upcycling and creative events
Families are at the heart of our charity and the work we undertake to support families whose children have cancer, both locally in Staffordshire and across the country. We are offering a packed day of family activities at our ‘pop-up’ shop – why not drop in and see us!
The Childhood Cancer Parents Alliance presents
The Gold Ribbon Ball
‘All that Glitters’
“Fabulous night from start to finish”
Our annual Gold Ribbon Ball is a time to celebrate; when guests join us for a fantastic evening of delicious food, entertainment, dancing, fundraising auctions, games and tombolas!
A stunning evening of glitz and glamour includes:
- 3 course Dinner
- Live Entertainment
- Dancing ’till late
- Grand Auction
Dress Code: Black Tie / Evening Wear
CCPA will be hosting the Tea Tent at this two day food festival in Stafford Town Centre.
CCPA will be once again hosting the ‘More Tea Vicar’ Tea stand with cakes and refreshments
The Pop Up Shop is open 10am – 5pm daily
The shop is packed with vintage and pre-loved clothes, shoes and accessories!
Drop in to our Pop Up Shop and Community Events, meet staff and volunteers from the Childhood Cancer Parents Alliance as we raise awareness of childhood cancer and raise funds to support families whose children have cancer.
The CCPA National conference offers delegates a programme of plenary presentations, workshops and networking opportunities around the theme of ‘Are you ready for Charity Growth?’
Designed to support learning and professional development for those working within the childhood cancer sector the conference will be exploring the challenges of growing a charity; with specific reference to the challenges faced by operating in the ever changing digital age.
This valuable learning and networking event is open to both CCPA members and non-members who are working within charities that share the goal of improving the lives of children and young people with cancer, survivors and their families.