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SSNAP Oxford Half Marathon 2023

Join 'Team SSNAP' at the Oxford Half Marathon in October 2023, and help support our little superheroes, their families & the amazing NHS staff that care for them on the Neonatal Unit at the JR Hospital.
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Closed on 31/01/2024
RCN 1146622

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When newborn babies need specialist, often life saving, medical care at birth, it can be a traumatic and difficult time for parents and families.

In 2023, SSNAP will be celebrating 41 years of supporting parents and their premature sick babies at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford - providing both emotional and practical support, 365 days a year, being a life-line at a time when parents need us most.

We fund essential medical life-saving equipment, research and support the amazing NHS staff on the neonatal unit with training and study days, to enable them to continue to provide the very best of care.

Please join our 200 strong 'SSNAP Superhero Oxford Half Marathon' Team and help us raise over £100,000 for our incredible cause.

By running for Team SSNAP, you will be joining not only the best team in town, but will be helping make a difference for over 1000 babies and their families that we support each year, from across Oxfordshire and the country. Thank you for being a Superhero.

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RCN 1146622
In the UK, 1 in 10 babies need specialist care at birth. SSNAP supports sick & premature babies and their families in the Newborn Care Unit at the John Radcliffe Hospital. Imagine your newborn baby needing specialist care at birth. Instead of those very special days getting to know your baby as a family, you’re catapulted into an unfamiliar world of incubators, wires, medical tests and interventions. While your baby has specialist treatment, we provide emotional and practical support to help you through the trauma & upheaval. We’re there to help families cope, and provide state-of-the-art medical equipment and nursing expertise that could save babies lives.

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