The Candis Big Give is a fundraising initiative involving charities and their supporters.

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In 2018, Candis Club will donate a minimum of £250,000 from members’ magazine subscription revenue, via The Big Give, to health charities taking part in The Candis Big Give. Any additional monies will go to charities at the discretion of the General Committee of Candis Club.

The Candis Big Give raised £1,239,470 for our chosen health charities projects this year including such familiar names as Cancerkin, PTSD Resolution and JDRF. We also welcomed some fantastic new health charities including Family Fund, Baby Lifeline and The Brain Tumour Charity. You will be able to find out more about how a number of our supported charity’s projects progress throughout 2018 each month.

Since 1962, Candis Club has donated over £55.5 million to health charities and by subscribing to Candis, you are already making a difference to these charities as it’s your subscriptions that enable us to make our donations.

Click on the articles below to find out more about charities that have participated in previous The Candis Big Give challenges:

JDRF

JDRF

Helen Baird, from Beeston in Nottinghamshire, told us how her family coped when her elder son, James, 14, was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes.

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Action for ME

Action for ME

Mandy Foulds, 47, from Leicestershire explains why the work of Action for M.E. is so important to her family

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The Road Victims Trust

The Road Victims Trust

Tanya Huckle explains how the Road Victims Trust was a lifeline when tragedy struck

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Kent MS Therapy Centre

Kent MS Therapy Centre

Karen Middlemiss explains how Kent MS Therapy Centre helps to improve lives

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SeeAbility

SeeAbility

Alyson Farrell from Surrey explains how SeeAbility helps make life a little easier

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Muscular Dystrophy UK

Muscular Dystrophy UK

Tony Jones reveals how Muscular Dystrophy UK has helped him

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Maggie’s at the Cancerkin Centre

Maggie’s at the Cancerkin Centre

Claudia Mayer, 63, from London, explains why cancer patients need support when their treatment has finished

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Reverse Rett

Reverse Rett

Emily Marsden from the West Midlands tells us how Reverse Rett have helped provide hope

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Dreamflight

Dreamflight

Kirsty, 14, enjoyed her first solo trip away from home

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St Peter & St James Hospice

St Peter & St James Hospice

Being treated in a hospice can be a positive experience

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Rock Foundation

Rock Foundation

Pam Hodge tells us why the day centre is so important to the people of Grimsby

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Sebastian’s Action Trust

Sebastian’s Action Trust

Sandra Hackett explains how Sebastian’s Action Trust has been a lifeline in the care of her son

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