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TK Maxx support Cancer Research UK's Little Star Awards

Howard Lake | 3 November 2008 | News

Retailer TK Maxx is sponsoring Cancer Research UK’s Little Star Awards, which recognises the courage of children who face cancer.
Backed by celebrities including Leona Lewis and David Tennant, the awards, now in their sixth year, differ from others in that there is no judging panel: “Cancer Research UK and TK Maxx believe each and every child who confronts cancer is extra special”.
Relatives and friends of young cancer patients or survivors from across the UK are being urged to nominate them now for special recognition in the run up to Christmas.
Each Little Star will receive a £100 TK Maxx voucher, a chrome trophy and a certificate signed by a host of stars from the worlds of TV, music and sport.
TK Maxx has supported Cancer Research UK since 2004. Its ‘Together for Kids’ fund has already raised £3 million this year.
The awards are open to all under-17s who have cancer or have been treated for the disease in the last five years.
To nominate a Little Star visit: