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Annual reports and accounts


The Childhood Eye Cancer Trust holds its Annual General Meeting in September every year. This formal meeting presents the business of the charity and covers the financial report and accounts.

For details of the last 3 years annual accounts please download the following links.


Report and Accounts 2014


Report and Accounts 2013


Report and Accounts 2012


Report and Accounts 2011


Report and Accounts 2010


What we do

The Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT) is dedicated to providing support to families affected by Retinoblastoma (Rb), funding research and raising awareness.

Our history

A brief account of the origins of CHECT, which started in 1984 as FISH, before becoming the Retinoblastoma Society and then the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust.

Our staff

Meet the members of our small but effective team and read their profiles to find out how they can help you.

Our trustees

Read about our board of trustees and what led them to volunteer their time and experience to this vital role.

Our partners

Find out who has signed up to support the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust in the commercial world.

Contact us

Details of how you can get in touch with us, whether you are looking to fundraise, need information or would like support for your family.