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fundriasing ideas A-H

An alphabet for all your fundraising ideas! This week: A-H!

We can all struggle from time to time to think of an idea for our next fundraising attempt! But not anymore, as the brains at CCHF have put together an…

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Silver anniversary for first CCHU patient!

  In an Olympic year, even CCHU are getting in on the silverware! With the 25th anniversary of the first patient treated at The Unit coming up, the CCHF will…

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Local legend Alvin Printwhistle supports CCHF

Local much loved music legend, Elvis impersonator and all round entertainer, Alvin Printwhistle,  has dedicated himself to raising money for the CCHF as a thank you for the treatment and…

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Support the CCHF through the Vale Lottery……

The CCHF has now joined the Vale lottery- a weekly lottery, just 12 weeks old, that directly supports local good causes. 58% of ticket sales go straight to your chosen…

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Becky’s Bears – buy a Teddy Bear to support the wig fund!

For ladies who lose their hair as a result of chemotherapy, CCHU has a free wig service. Becky Cooper was one patient who benefited from this service. This is her story in her own words.

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London to Istanbul by bike – for charity!

Ten university graduates raised over £25000 for three British charities (including CCHF) by cycling from London to Istanbul – a distance of about 1500 miles.

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Karen’s Big Smiles smiles on the young adults

Anyone suffering a terminal illness needs courage and support to face the world. Imagine how much more difficult it is if you are a young person expecting to have your life ahead of you who is diagnosed with such an illness.

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Richard’s Half Marathon run raises £478

Dr Richard Smith, who is a junior paediatrics doctor at Stoke Mandeville Hospital training to be a GP, has raised the princely sum of £478 for CCHF by running a half marathon.

Richard ran the race in Birmingham in a terrific time of 1hr 42.20.

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