David Evans

Brains Captains Kilimanjaro Trek 2010

Fundraising for Velindre Cancer Centre
£150
raised
by 5 supporters
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Participants: Gareth Thomas,Scott Quinnell,Colin Charvis,Mark Taylor, Andy Moore, Rob Howley, Ieuan Evans, Robert Jones, Jonathan Humphreys,Scott Gibbs, Mike Hall, Paul Thorburn, Bob Norster, Bleddyn Bowen, Eddie Butler and Warren Gatland.
Velindre Cancer Centre

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We provide vital treatment, care & support to cancer patients and families in Wales

Story

On September 6th 2010 fifteen former captains of the Welsh Rugby Team will climb the highest peak on the African continent, Mt.Kilimanjaro.

They will be joined by current Welsh Team coach Warren Gatland in an attempt to raise money for research into Lung Cancer in Wales. There is an alarming increase in young women who have never smoked contracting this disease for no apparent reason. These women who are daughters, sisters, girlfriends or wives normally have a poor prognosis as there are no symptoms until it is in its later stages.

Please give as much or as little as you can in the hope that if one of your relatives gets this dreadful illness something will be able to be done.

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About the charity

Velindre Cancer Centre

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Velindre is Wales' premier cancer centre providing treatment, care and support to patients and their families. Money raised by our fundraisers allows us to support projects over and above those provided by the NHS including ground breaking research, specialist equipment, nurses and staff training.

Donation summary

Total raised
£150.00
+ £42.31 Gift Aid
Online donations
£150.00
Offline donations
£0.00

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