Where your money goes
Watch our Tesco Charity of the Year film to see where the money will be spent.
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£5 - Means the specialist nurse could spend time with the family of a child with cancer, and explain a simple medical procedure to them.
£50 - Means the specialist nurse could co-ordinate home help for a family whose child is having treatment, arranging for someone to do the shopping or take other children to school.
£100 - We could arrange a visit by the specialist nurse to a child's school, or their Brownies or sports club to talk to their teachers and friends about what's happening and how they could help.
£10,000 - Means we could help 200 parents to liaise with their employers to ensure they understand what is happening and are made aware of the parents' right to time off work and flexible working hours.
£100,000 - 1,000 children with cancer could be visited at home by a specialist nurse. This would help their family to feel less isolated and make sure they have everything they need.
£1 million - Over a year, the families of any child who wanted to die at home, could receive clinical, practical, financial and emotional support, before and after their child's death.
£5 million - Means children with cancer across the UK can spend more time at home and less time in hospital.