Fundraiser Entry

How to enter:

  • Select Fundraiser Entry for just £32

  • Receive an exclusive fundraiser medal, running vest & bespoke fundraising support

  • Create a JustGiving Page and Fundraise £200

 

Together, we have raised nearly £4 million to help fund life-saving cancer research. Cancer Research UK has been at the heart of the progress that has already seen survival in the UK double in the last 40 years. Progress we’ve helped make possible. The last year has been a difficult time for everyone. 1 in 2 people will get cancer in their lifetime.

Cancer Research UK funds nearly half of all the publicly funded cancer research here in the UK. COVID-19 has slowed them down. But they will never stop. To save lives tomorrow, they need your help today. Cancer Research UK will never stop working to make progress for people affected by cancer. Take part in this year’s Cancer Research UK London Summer Run and raise money for life-saving research. Together we will beat cancer.

Did you know that paying your entry fee helps us cover the cost of putting on the event? But it doesn’t stop there – the money raised by you is what helps Cancer Research UK save lives. With your help, vital cancer research can get back on track.

Already Entered?

Now that you’ve got your hands on a Fundraising Entry, it’s time to get started with your fundraising. Here are the first steps you should take to get you on your way to hit your £200 target:

The difference you’d be making:

 

Could fund a lab technician for one week

 

 

Could fund a trial for one day, looking for the best combination and dose of chemotherapy  drugs to treat leukaemia

 

 

It costs around £200 to fund Cancer Research UK’s team of 10 cancer nurses for 1 hour. The expert team of nurses are on hand to offer confidential support and guidance to people affected by cancer.

 

Did you know that paying your entry fee helps us cover the cost of putting on the event? But it doesn’t stop there – the money raised by you is what helps Cancer Research UK save lives.