R Campbell

Robin & Trevor's page

Fundraising for Prostate Cancer Research
£2,605
raised of £700 target
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Event: Snowdonia for Science 2022, from 18 June 2022 to 19 June 2022
Participants: Robin Campbell, Trevor Theobald
Snowdonia for Science is Prostate Cancer Research's annual fundraising hiking challenge, set in the heart of Snowdonia and offering specially-curated routes for all abilities.

Story

Thank you for visiting my JustGiving page! Prostate Cancer Research are dedicated to creating brand new prostate cancer treatments. Prostate cancer is now the most diagnosed cancer in the UK and 11,500 men die from the disease every year. People affected by prostate cancer need breakthrough treatments, and research is the only way to turn this hope into reality. Their vision is clear; a world where people are free from the impact of prostate cancer. 

Last year I was diagnosed with stage 2/3 prostate cancer but thanks to amazing staff supported by state of the art technology I underwent a Robotic Assisted Prostatectomy in March 2021. I was declared clear of this cancer in April 2021!! 

It was a tough time but with the help of my wife, family, friends and the Urology support team (who will continue their monitoring for the next 5 years) I came through it, and now I want to give something back to help the many others who are diagnosed with prostate cancer every day. To help I've collared my good friend for 50 years, Trevor, whose brother continues his recovery from prostate cancer with ongoing treatment so together we hope to raise much more than the £700 target if possible.

I'm part of #TeamPCR because I share their vision. Please can you help me support their research?

Thank you.

About the campaign

Snowdonia for Science is Prostate Cancer Research's annual fundraising hiking challenge, set in the heart of Snowdonia and offering specially-curated routes for all abilities.

About the charity

Prostate Cancer Research

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People affected by prostate cancer need breakthrough treatments. Research is the only way to turn this hope into reality. Combining patient stories and scientific expertise, we fund projects that have a real impact, reducing side-effects, cutting treatment costs and ultimately improving outcomes.

Donation summary

Total raised
£2,604.08
+ £465.00 Gift Aid
Online donations
£2,604.08
Offline donations
£0.00

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