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I want to run the Great North Run!

We would love to have you as part of our Great North Run team! We only ask for you aim to raise £200 or more in sponsorship.

Your amazing fundraising efforts means that our charity can offer support to children and families undergoing cancer treatment at the Great North Children’s Hospital and fund life-saving childhood cancer research at the Wolfson Childhood Cancer Research Centre at Newcastle University.

Secure your guaranteed run place with us now for £55!

We will support you every step of the way. You will receive:

  • A fab Children’s Cancer North running vest for training and on the day
  • An invitation to our pre-run breakfast at Newcastle University and a place to use clean toilets right next to the start before you set off
  • A friendly face, complimentary tea, coffee, soup, snacks and a leg massage at our charity tent in the Finisher’s Village

Already have your own place? You can still be part of our charity team and opt to fundraise for us. You’ll also receive all the above benefits! Please email us at contactus@childrenscancernorth.org.uk to express your interest in being part of the team.

What are you waiting for? Join us at #TeamChildrensCancerNorth

Why should you run for us?

 

Our charity will fund early phase clinical trials to help to save the lives of children and young people.

Rebecca was diagnosed with the rare soft tissue cancer, Alveolar Rhabdomyosarcoma in February 2014, just three weeks after her 8th birthday.

Since her initial diagnosis and treatment, Rebecca relapsed three times in 2017, 2019 and 2020. Each time treatment had been successful, a combination of chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery. She then went on to her fourth course of treatment.

Rebecca’s Mum told us: “The clinical trials are what have kept Rebecca with us, they have saved her life three times. If it hadn’t been for those trials she would not be with us. We feel so grateful that we’ve been able to access it within our country, being able to come home and sleep in her own bed is so important.”

You can help more children like Rebecca by joining our team and raising funds.

Did you know that less than 3% of all funding spent on cancer research in the UK is spent on childhood cancer research?

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