Raising awareness and funds is absolutely crucial to the longevity of our cause, raising awareness and funds gives our charities; Try Assist & The Christie the much needed support they need to continue.
Do you want to accomplish something that many people dream about, but few people have ever accomplished? Unless you make it a goal for yourself and work everyday to achieving it, why would you ever believe that you could accomplish it? Unless you see yourself slowly making progress, your dreams and aspirations are nothing more than vague notions floating in your imagination.
Running regularly, can help prevent a number of long-term conditions just by moving your body’s large muscles repeatedly, when running. Whether you’re just starting or have always been active, make sure you take steps to stay injury free and able to perform to your best. Nutrition and hydration play key roles in this. It’s important to eat the correct foods to provide the fuel you need to exercise, as well as drinking enough water to keep you hydrated.
For the relief of people (and their dependants) who play, assist or who have played or assisted in the game of Rugby League in the UK or for a team affiliated to an association primarily based in the UK and who are in hardship or distress as a result of a serious injury, resulting in life changing circumstances caused, through playing or training for the game of Rugby Football League or when travelling to or from a game or training session.
We are leading experts in cancer care, research and education. Rated as ‘Outstanding’ by the health regulator, the Care Quality Commission, we have been pioneering cancer research breakthroughs for over 100 years and offer patients access to hundreds of clinical trials. In a global survey we have been ranked as the most technologically advanced cancer centre in the world outside North America.
Steve Prescott Foundation Special Causes Fund (SPF) RCF is a research funding stream that aims to help research-active organisations, attract, develop and retain high-quality research, clinical and support staff whose aim is to study in particular pseudomyxoma peritonei (PMP) and related conditions. Thus, helping other clinical organisations to create and maintain a sustainable capacity for people and patient-based research. It also facilitates success in attracting NIHR research grants and other funding, leading to future allocation of RCF – a virtuous circle.
Full capacity reached!
60% male runners
40% female runners