Ian Taylor

Tour 21 - one week ahead

Fundraising for Cure Leukaemia
£31,119
raised of £30,000 target
by 83 supporters
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Event: The Tour 21, from 19 June 2021 to 11 July 2021
The Tour 21
Campaign by Cure Leukaemia (RCN 1100154)
The Tour 21 team are riding the full Tour de France route, one week ahead of the professionals, to raise over £1m for Cure Leukaemia, the Official Charity Partner of Tour de France in the UK | Led by Geoff Thomas MBE | June 19 - July 11

Story

In June 2021 I'll be joining a team of 25 amateur cyclists to ride all 21 stages of the Tour de France one week ahead of the professional peloton. Led by Geoff Thomas, former footballer, blood cancer survivor and Cure Leukaemia Patron, we are aiming to raise £1,000,000 for Cure Leukaemia. This money will be spent on bringing pioneering drug and transplant treatments to blood cancer patients across the United Kingdom through the Trials Acceleration Programme (TAP) network comprising 12 blood cancer centres across the UK.

Thank you for your support - it's making a difference and helping save lives.

In October 2020,  Cure Leukaemia became the Official Charity Partner of the Tour de France in the UK. As a West Midland based charity, Cure Leukaemia's work not only benefits the whole of the UK but also helps hasten global progress towards finding effective treatments for all forms of blood cancer.

For more information on the Tour 21 Team go to: www.thetour21.com.

For more information about Cure Leukaemia go to: www.cureleukaemia.co.uk


About the campaign

The Tour 21 team are riding the full Tour de France route, one week ahead of the professionals, to raise over £1m for Cure Leukaemia, the Official Charity Partner of Tour de France in the UK | Led by Geoff Thomas MBE | June 19 - July 11

About the charity

Cure Leukaemia

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RCN 1100154
Cure Leukaemia fund research nurses at 15 hospitals across the UK. These roles form the Trials Acceleration Programme (TAP) network giving patients, from a catchment area of 30m, access to potentially life-saving treatments through clinical trials, with plans to fund a paediatric network on the way.

Donation summary

Total raised
£31,118.37
+ £3,647.50 Gift Aid
Online donations
£27,850.87
Offline donations
£3,267.50

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