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Annual newsletter out now!

Every year we issue a printed annual newsletter to help keep all our supporters updated on charity activities. It’s really important to us that you know where your donations go and how we spend every penny. This annual newsletter gives you a summary round-up in one place.

Click here to read the electronic version of the newsletter.

You can find out more about any big changes or news at Friends of Rosie; a full update on all of our research projects; and news from some of our wonderful supporters.

Everything in our newsletter is only possible thanks to you, our supporters. We are so proud that this year we’re funding four pioneering research projects –  more than we’ve ever been able to support at one time.

We also hosted our first ever international research workshop, bringing together the world’s greatest minds in children’s cancer research.

With the war in Ukraine, the cost of living crisis, and rising fuel and energy costs, we appreciate how hard it is for everyone at the moment. And so we’re more grateful than ever for your donations and fundraising support. It’s great to see that, despite economic pressures, 74% of the public have donated to charity in the past three months.

Children’s cancer research can’t just stop in hard times. Children will continue to be diagnosed with cancer and without our help, there will be no advances in the way they are treated.

Together, we can make a difference. Every penny really does matter.

Thank you.


Katrina London

Katrina has specialised in the field of occupational personal injury for over 35 years and has worked exclusively for the victims of asbestos related diseases for the last 20 years.  Katrina is an APIL Accredited Occupational Disease and Asbestos Disease Specialist and Senior Litigator and has Law Society Personal Injury Accreditation. 


Carla Nuttall

Carla has over 20 years’ experience specialising in strategic communications, engagement and marketing across the public and private sector, including the BBC, Manchester Metropolitan University and Muse Developments. She is currently Executive Director of Corporate Affairs and Marketing for The Growth Company, an award-winning social enterprise that enables growth, creates jobs and improves lives.