Ladies, it’s time to take the fight to cancer at Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life.
Cancer doesn’t care who it affects. It can ruin lives of individuals and families without thinking twice. Cancer will
affect one in three of us, so we need to unite and fight this disease. Together, we will beat it.
"Cancer’s going down. And every single pound we raise pushes it closer to the floor." ~ Race For Life.
That’s why I'm volunteering at Swindon's Race for Life event this weekend. I am no runner, but this isn't stopping me from getting involved and taking delight in telling cancer that I'm in the fight, and we're coming to get it. Giving a few hours of my weekend is the least I can do. You can do the same, if not more.
Run, Walk, Dance, Sponsor.
The team around the country are still looking for volunteers at this and other Race For Life events. Volunteering can be a valuable personal experience, in which you can receive the benefits of:
Meeting new people who are as keen to give cancer the finger as you are.
Hands-on experience with people from all walks of life.
Personal satisfaction of knowing you’re helping to make a real difference in the fight against cancer - a very worthwhile cause.
The opportunity to help out in your local community.
Let’s bring cancer to its knees. Sign up to volunteer at Race for Life today; raceforlife.org/volunteer
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