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Get a head start with a Giving Page
When you sign up to fundraise with Cancer Research UK, we automatically create a Giving Page. So you can start fundraising as soon as you're ready. On your Giving Page, you can share your story, fundraising target, progress and much more.
Make every pound count
Fundraising directly through Cancer Research UK means we won't have to pay other charitable platform fees so a larger chunk of the money you raise will go directly to our amazing research.
Connect to your favourite apps
You can connect your Giving Page with social and fitness accounts to share your progress with friends and family. People are more likely to donate when they can see every mile, step or cycle.
Fundraise together and beat cancer together
You can create a team for your fundraising challenge and smash those targets as a squad. No team is too big or too small to show cancer who's boss. You can do this easily from your Giving Page.
Share your fundraising journey
Personalise your Giving Page with your story and photos to tell everyone why you're fundraising for Cancer Research UK. People who share their story raise more money towards beating their fundraising target.
Every year, two million amazing fundraisers raise over £40m
See how your fundraising could make a difference to our life-saving research
Spotting cancer earlier
£100 could pay for a patient's cancer biopsy where a tiny amount of a lump or tumour is removed and sent to be studied in a lab. Early diagnosis is essential to getting the right treatment to patients.
Finding cancer's weakness
£250 could buy a special device used to spin blood samples until different types of blood cells separate. Our scientists can then study the different types of cancerous cells to find out more about them. So we can stop cancer in its tracks.
Providing cancer support
£500 could run our online forum, Cancer Chat for a day. It's a safe space open to everyone to discuss any aspect of the disease. Cancer is unpredictable, so let's give people affected by cancer the support they need at every turn.
Hunting innovative discoveries
£1000 could buy imaging software that our scientists can use to film cells in real time. This could help to test potentially life-saving treatments and find the most promising new cancer drugs.
£2500 could fund the PETReA trial for five days. This trial aims to help doctors decide how best to treat lymphoma as not all patients can take the same drug. Everyone deserves kind cancer treatments that won't impact their long-term health.
Keeping cancer in remission
£5000 could fund the Add-Aspirin trial for five days. This clinical trial is investigating whether aspirin could stop cancer coming back after treatment. If successful, aspirin would be a cheap and readily available intervention that could save lives.