We are throwing out a challenge to Rotarians and Non Rotarians – walk, run, cycle or swim one sponsored mile – just ONE mile Starting on 23rd February till end of March to celebrate 100 years of Rotary in Wales and raise awareness, funds for the Tenovus.
We want to work with local sports and leisure facilities to run public events across our district, raise money and awareness to get another Tenovus Mobile Cancer Treatment clinic (see picture) off the ground.
The Wales-based cancer charity Tenovus has developed an innovative mobile cancer treatment service so that instead of patients having to travel long distances for treatment it can be delivered to them locally
Today they run two Mobile Support Units, delivering treatment to local communities in Wales. But they urgently need to build a third Unit to expand the service. Without the extra capacity they simply won’t be able to reach the people who need them most.
Just one mile that’s all we ask
Centenary Mile Fund Raising Challenge
We are throwing out a challenge to walk, run, cycle or swim one sponsored mile – yes just ONE mile starting on 23rd February till end of March - (you can do it indoors on a piece of static equipment)
Rotary Clubs in Southern Wales will be working with local leisure facilities to facilitate the event.
The Rotary Centenary Mile aims to raise £25,000 which will pay to badge a Rotary Treatment Room as part of the Tenovus Closer to Home Appeal.
Mobile Treatment units have been developed by Tenovus to provide cancer treatment to patients in their local community instead of having to travel long distances. They are raising money for a third unit.
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