Can You Help Raise Funds for Brain Tumour Research?
NLCCE Member, David Taylor, founder of charity In Sue’s Name – is appealing for people to join a fundraiser Walk of Hope in March – to raise funds for brain cancer research. Here’s details of how to join the walk below – or you can still support the initiative by sponsoring David on his own walk – through the Total Giving page.
March is brain tumour awareness month and small charities like ours are trying to fill an enormous fundraising hole. We are launching a Walk of Hope and we would love you to join us.
In Sue’s Name was set up for two main reasons – to support families grieving the loss of loved ones whose lives were cruelly cut short after battling brain cancer, and to raise crucial funds for research into the causes of brain tumours so future families don’t have to experience such devastating loss.
The challenge is very simple – aim to walk 100km during the month of March (or just do what you can), and try to raise at least £100 in sponsorship money for In Sue’s Name.vIt may sound daunting, but 100km actually only equates to 3.2km (or two miles) each day – totally doable!
Walking is so good for our physical and emotional health, so why not use this challenge to get yourself moving and raise money for an incredible cause?
Once signed up you’ll receive emails with all the details on how to easily set up a fundraising page to spread the word. Your support means the world to us and we really hope you’ll join us as we walk our way forwards into a brighter future this month.
Thanks in advance and best wishes,
David and the team at In Sue’s Name