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OPI's Climb of Life 2018 page

OPI is climbing mountains for The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) because we are passionate about finding cures for cancer.

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raised of £26,000 target
by 226 supporters
  • Team members: Janet Bell, Chris Exner, Kelly Hilleard, Steve Hilleard
  • Event: Climb of Life 2018, 02 Nov 2018

The Climb of Life/Ride of Life 2018

Thank you for visiting the Climb of Life/Ride of Life 2018 JustGiving homepage. Our annual mountain trek, organised by Graeme Chapman MBE, raises vital funds for The Institute of Cancer Research.

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Thanks for taking the time to visit the OPI JustGiving page.

This year, on Friday November 2, we will join another office products industry congregation to climb many of the toughest mountains in the UK's Lake District under the Climb of Life (COL) theme of ‘THE £1 MILL MOUNTAIN CHALLENGE 4 ICR’.

The £1 million refers to the grand total we will have helped to raise for the Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) which, in partnership with The Royal Marsden hospital, forms the largest comprehensive cancer centre in Europe.

For nine years, OPI has been proud to help our industry support ICR. Sadly, during that period, two of our youngest colleagues lost courageous battles against cancer and remain uppermost in our minds. 

About the event...

The event sees teams climb the UK's highest Lakeland Mountains during freezing winter conditions to raise money for the global charity ICR. This short video from a recent climb will give you some idea of the conditions the OPI team will be facing.

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Please dig deep and support this fantastic cause. And hopefully one day there won’t be a need to climb mountains in the wind and snow, and we won’t have to mourn friends, colleagues and relatives who have lost their battle against cancer.

Thank you.


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