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Helen and Ruth`s Epic Cycle Challenge

Cycling 240 miles over 3 days in September 2018 for Women V Cancer – London to Paris 2018 because we want to raise awareness of women`s cancer

204 %
raised of £3,500 target
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  • Team members: Helen Ralph and Ruth Hughes
  • Event: Women V Cancer London to Paris Bike Ride - Group 2, 20 Sep 2018 to 23 Sep 2018

Women V Cancer – London to Paris 2018

Women v Cancer is a series of Women only cycle challenges in aid of three British charities – Breast Cancer Care, (RCN:1017658), Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust (RCN:113354/SCO41236) and Ovarian Cancer Action (RCN:1109743) – raising vital funds to fight breast, cervical and ovarian cancers. The donations you make to Women v Cancer will be distributed equally between them. The cycle challenges are organised and managed by Dream Challenges – Women v Cancer is established under GivingWorks, a charitable trust registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales and under number 1078770. The funds raised here are restricted to use for the Women v Cancer purpose and will not be used by GivingWorks for any other purpose or as part of GivingWorks’ general unrestricted funds.

Charity Registration No. 1078770


We are undertaking this cycle challenge to raise awareness of women`s cancer and to raise money in order to fund  research, treatments and support services for individuals and their families.  

We have  both been fortunate in our health. Neither of us have 
been physically affected by ovarian, breast or cervical cancer. However,  many of our close friends and families have
been touched by cancer and continue to live with its effects.  It is likely that you too know someone who has been touched by cancer.

Here are some of the statistics for women`s cancer:

Each year in the UK, around 3.000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer.  Cervical cancer is the most common cancer for women aged 35 and under. 

Every year 55,000 women and men will receive devastating news that they have breast cancer.

Ovarian cancer is the biggest gynecological killer of women in the UK.  12 Women die each day from the disease and the UK has one of the lowest survival rates of the developed well. 

If you are able to support this cause we would be very grateful and appreciative for a donation towards this worthy course.

Thank you   Ruth  and Helen

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