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Fundraising

If you know of any or are doing any fundraising which is not listed already please use the online mail form on the 'Contact us' page to let us know so we can keep this page updated.

 

Through members of the www.maffucciandolliers.co.uk website so far an overwhelming

£3,745.65p (£4,410.40p with Gift Aid)

has been sent to SCAT Bone Cancer Trust and into continued research into Maffucci Syndrome and Ollier’s Disease at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital.

 

2013 Fundraising

 

Event: BUPA Great North Run,UK. Half Marathon - September 15th 2013

The Anwyll Family fundraising for Scat, Bone Cancer Trust to continue the research by Professor Adrienne Flanangan into these conditions. See the 'Research' page for more information into this.

http://www.justgiving.com/CharlotteMathew-Anwyll?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=fundraisingpage&utm_content=CharlotteMathew-Anwyll&utm_campaign=pfp-share

 

Event: London to Paris, Cycle Ride. - July 23rd 2013

Fundraising for Scat, Bone Cancer Trust to continue the research by Professor Adrienne Flanangan into these conditions.

See the 'Research' page for more information into this.

http://www.justgiving.com/Linda-Morrison

 

Event: Sponsored Hair cut - 2013.

The Farler-Smith Family are continuing to support Scat, Bone Cancer Trust to continue the research by Professor Adrienne Flanangan into these conditions.

See the 'Research' page for more information into this.

http://www.justgiving.com/sarah-Farler-Smith

 

 

Charities

Both Scat, Bone Cancer Trust and UCL are both UK based charities, if you wish to fundraise they will ensure that any monies raised will go directly to the research by Professor Adrienne Flanangan into Olliers Disease and Maffucci Syndrome which is currently (2013) happening.

Research is key for these conditions and so important that it is continued, fundraising can help towards this.

http://www.scatbonecancertrust.org/

Contact: Trish McEntee, Fundraiser

SCAT is dedicated to advancement of bone cancer research, to providing the best possible care and support at each stage of treatment and to improving the quality and dignity of life for all patients. Every patient referred to the RNOH has the benefit of a specialist, skilled and caring clinical and rehabilitation team who offer help and support throughout their treatment.  

SCAT exists to assist all patients diagnosed with bone cancer and recognises that family and friends of every patient are also affected.  Research plays a key role in the advancement of diagnosis, treatment and cure.

SCAT is a very small charity within the RoyalNationalOrthopaedicHospital and depends heavily on individual supporters to fund our work.  Scat’s most recent project ‘Life Life to the Full’  is now up and running and offers children, teenagers and young adults who have had amputations as a result of bone cancer, the very best high performance limb that allows them to continue to enjoy life and take part in sporting activities.

 

 

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/

Contact: Helen Quirke