Are you feeling inspired by the 2012 Olympic Games?
Thinking about taking part in the Bupa Great Birmingham Run?
Be part of ‘Team Cure Leukaemia’ and be part of something special!
Cure Leukaemia CEO James McLaughlin will be joined by Cure Leukaemia patron and Warwickshire’s assistant coach Dougie Brown, Radio WM’s Terry Goodwin, Free Radio’s Russ Morris and keen supporter and marathon runner Blind Dave Heeley and some of our very own research nurses, as part of ‘Team Cure Leukaemia’ on Sunday 21st October 2012.
Cure Leukaemia will pay your registration fee and provide branded running vests, accurate chip timing and running packs and a post race celebratory event; all they ask is for participants to raise a minimum of £250 sponsorship to help achieve their aim of raising £25,000.
Cure Leukaemia is based at the Haematology Clinic at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham and their aim is to fund nurses at hospitals throughout the Midlands. They give patients who have come to the end of their treatment available on the NHS, access to potentially lifesaving, ground breaking drugs and treatments. It costs on average £25,000 to fund a nurse for a year and their fundraising ensures this extraordinary work continues and ultimately, save the lives of people suffering with blood cancer.
Join ‘Team Cure Leukaemia’ today by contacting Tracey Lester; email@example.com or calling 0121 236 0164.
The deadline for bookings is 21st September 2012.