Jo-ann Ellis


Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group
Survival for children with cancer and leukaemia has improved from 10% in 1970 to around 75%. The clinical trials and laboratory research conducted by members of Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group (CCLG) has been a major factor in this. The CCLG is the only charity dedicated to supporting the work of those looking after children and teenagers with these life-threatening illnesses. The Group is committed to research and development in the treatment of cancer in these age groups. But although childhood cancer treatment is, rightly regarded as a great success, it should not be forgotten that still today three out of ten children diagnosed with cancer will not survive their disease. The ultimate aim of CCLG is to maximise cure while minimising the early and late side effects of treatment. Information for families of children with cancer is an important issue and to help support both the children and their families we produce a wide range of award winning publications which are available free of charge. Caring for children and curing their cancer remains our goal.
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Jo-ann Ellis's London Marathon Giving Page

Jo-ann Ellis

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Hi Everyone,

Thanks for visiting My Giving Page I have deceided to run the London Marathon 2014 in aid of my son Jake who sadly lost his battle with cancer at the age of 5. I am running this event cause I would like to raise money for this wonderful charity CCLG. Hopefully in time they will find a cure one day for all Children's cancers and then no other familiys will have to experience what we have and are still are experiencing. I have only just started running so this is a massive challenge for me however seeing me son's face on my chest will give me the insiration I need as he was a true little hero in my eyes and always will be. Everyday of his little life was a battle so I am 100% certain that I can get my body to run 26 miles. I Know he will be with me everystep of the way. Please take a few minutes of your time to read this page and hopefully you will help me to raise the 2'000.00 target I have set. 

Many Thanks We are truly grateful for any contributions

Jo-ann and Nick Ellis

Recent donors

15.04.14 Congrats on the race, Sam, Jo, and Nicole!

14.04.14 Way to go sisters!!! What an inspiration.

13.04.14 Well done what a achievement, that should take you to 5k x

13.04.14 Could not be more honored to know your family, Jo & Sam!! xoxoxo


13.04.14 Jo and Sam - proud of all this great work you are doing - keep running

13.04.14 Well done Jo!

13.04.14 Jo you are such an inspiration!!! Well done xx

13.04.14 Donating a hug as well as

13.04.14 Good luck Jo, looks like a gorgeous morning in London for you, keep smiling n enjoy the marathon x

13.04.14 Good luck :-)


13.04.14 Go team Jake :-)

12.04.14 good luck x

12.04.14 Good luck xx

12.04.14 Good luck, from Neil, Sarah, Ruby and baby Leon

12.04.14 Go Jo!!


11.04.14 Great cause and Carry the torch for all of us.

11.04.14 Good luck Jo and Sam, this is the cash that we have collected already to add to the amount already on just giving. Thank you everyone that sponsored Paul and I....

11.04.14 Best of luck team Jake xxx

11.04.14 Good luck

11.04.14 Good luck Sam! Wishing you and your sister luck and safe running!

11.04.14 Good luck Jo . You will be fab .. Love Tammy, Mike & Yasmin xx

11.04.14 Good luck Team Jake xxx love to small


Running total

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Last donor:
Carol and Bob Fuller
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