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Military vs Cancer

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We raise funds for Military vs Cancer to support those suffering from cancer


As a new chapter for our fundraising endeavour begins, Vapour is proud to reveal that our 2023 efforts will be focused on Military vs Cancer – which aims to provide relief to cancer patients, their families, and formally-appointed carers across the British Isles.

Grown from the ground up by chairman David Bathgate and administrator Shelley Bathgate, the organisation was born following the passing of five loved ones in the space of two years – a harrowing experience the pair wishes to support others with.

With the full weight of the military – including The Royal Navy, Royal Air Force, Armed Forces, and Ministry of Defence Police – bearing down on the world’s cruellest and deadliest disease, there’s no denying the fight will be a worthy one.

And while only registered as an official charity since May 2022, Military vs Cancer certainly packs a punch. Armed with a board of trustees and a growing roster of supporters, the not-for-profit has already tallied a total of £98,000 in donations – with £45,000 of this achieved in the past eight weeks alone.

“There’s very few people who can say cancer hasn’t had an impact on their life in some way, shape, or form. And with a number of the Vapour team having served in the military previously, or knowing someone who has, it’s an honour to be on board. The charity may be young, but it’s certainly ambitious – and their impressive fundraising total is testament to the team’s collective efforts. We can’t wait to get stuck in and share our plans with Vapour colleagues, customers, and friends alike.” — Graeme McCabe, UC cloud engineer at Vapour

You can find more on Vapour's fundraising calendar, over on our website.

About the charity

Military vs Cancer

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The word “military” comes from the Latin “miles” meaning soldier or warrior, today, the word warrior is frequently used to describe a person who is very strong and doesn’t give up easily. Military vs Cancer is involved in a fight, we are strong, and we do not give in, together we are stronger and together we will take the fight to cancer.

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