Digital Republic Recruitment
+ £181.00 Gift Aid
Thu 5 Jul 2018
J P Morgan Corporate Chase
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Thank you for raising money for life-saving research. All the money raised is being used to help beat cancer
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Hello and Thank You for visiting our fundraising page! We are Digital Republic Recruitment, a recruitment agency based in London’s Liverpool St. As a part of the JP Morgan Corporate Challenge, our team will be running 5.6km (3.5 miles) at Battersea Park on July 5th at 6:45PM. Cancer needs no introduction it does not discriminate. It affects everyone across the globe, one way or another. Every two minutes someone in the UK is diagnosed with cancer. Despite the relentless occurence of the disease, thanks to dedicated research, cancer survival rates have doubled in the past 40 years. We want, and need this to continue. Across our team, we have all personal experiences dealing with cancer. The funds we raise will be put toward understanding cancer, as well as research and development of treatments. As the UK largest charity, Cancer Research carries out monumental work in their endeavour to eradicate cancer. The money we raise will go toward helping to fund research into the disease, develop policy, raise awareness and actualise the scientific strategy. Donating is easy, secure and can be done effortlessly on this page. Please, donate what you can to support the groundbreaking teams working to stop cancer, once and for all. Follow our training progress at #DRCancerRun
Understanding the fundamental biology underpinning cancer is vital for finding cures sooner. Cancer Research UK is a world leader in finding out what makes cancer start, grow and spread. Help fund researchers to discover ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer more effectively.
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