Welcome to our fundraising blog. This is our space to share inspirational stories and celebrate all the wonderful fundraisers who make our vital work possible.
From stage three bowel cancer to running the London Marathon
As a fit, healthy, vibrant thirty-year-old, I never expected to be told I had stage three bowel cancer.
After William Lane tragically lost his mum, Alison, on April 30 2017, he and a group of his friends decided to raise money and awareness of bowel cancer by pledging to go sober for the whole of October.
Kirstie's 25 challenges for bowel cancer
November 10th 2017 was my dad's birthday. My dad died aged 50 on May 22nd 2016 after battling with bowel cancer.
I will not be shaving and re growing my beard (it would take too long due to chemo) but I will be aiming for a range of colours throughout the month
555 miles for Bowel Cancer UK
I also knew it had to be tough, as I really wanted to earn people’s support.
Our Star of the month goes to Anna
Anna Gilmour, 38 from Surrey, was diagnosed with bowel cancer in March at the age of 38. Throughout June Anna has been taking part in our brand new campaign Step up for 30.
Our Star of the month goes to Rob
My name is Rob Morgan and I would like to share my story of how I completed the London Marathon in 2017 to raise money for Bowel Cancer UK.