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Cyclists Fighting Cancer

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The idea is simple, join us by doing 20 brilliant things in 2020 to get sponsored, raise money and to help us support more children living with cancer throughout the UK.
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Walk, run, bike, swim, in fact do anything that you'd like to do! It doesn't have to be sporty, you could organise 20 litter picks, volunteer 20 times or plant 20 trees.

You can use this as a chance to challenge yourself, as a reason to bring people together, or to spend more time with the kids. Whether it's for 20 minutes, 20 times, 20 hours or with 20 friends, we'd love you to get involved and inspire others to join in too.

Every day four families in the UK are told that their child has cancer. Money that you raise from our 20in20 campaign will go towards helping more children just like Charlie:

Last Summer 3 year old Charlie and his family were told he had brain cancer and little could be done. Following experimental surgeries, proton beam therapy and the best of medical science and care, Charlie's last scan was clear. He can't walk yet but he can pedal his CFC trike!!

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Cyclists Fighting Cancer
Cyclists Fighting Cancer

CYCLISTS FIGHTING CANCER enables children and young people living with cancer across the UK to regain their physical fitness, strength and confidence by giving them new bikes, adapted trikes, tandems, other equipment and support. Physical activity is a key element in rehabilitation from treatments.

Charity Registration No: 1140017

http://www.cyclistsfc.org.uk

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