Race for Life: Be Part of It and Help Raise Funds for Cancer Patients
As per recent findings, it has been illustrated that Race for Life, Cancer Research UK are organizing a five-kilometer event, which is subjected to be scheduled at Broughton Hall on Sunday, May 20.
It has been discovered that the organizers of the rally are inviting people to come out in huge numbers and be a part of the five-kilometer event. Moreover, they are calling out for much more participants to come up for volunteering.
It has been declared that to turn the day of the event into a success, huge numbers of participants have to be a part of the event.
It has been called out that volunteers are being needed even before the event day, so as to help aware people regarding the event, distribute leaflets and even posters; also volunteers will be needed for promotional activities.
Moreover, they have a major role to play on the event day as they will have to manage the whole event as well as hand out the medals. Event manager Jemma Molloy asserted that the event is a good opportunity for all those who wish to do something for the cancer patients. She affirmed that although the event is only for men, but the support from men’s side is also needed. She exaggerated that without the dedication of both the sexes, the event cannot be a success.
She said, “Our volunteers have a great time working with other members of the community to create a hugely successful fundraising event, enabling thousands of women and their supporters to raise vital funds for Cancer Research UK’s pioneering work”.
Moreover, it has been stated that the staff from the Cancer Research UK, will be supporting and guiding the volunteers, nevertheless, the volunteers will be given a special T-shirt for the event. It has been since years that cancer research has been organizing events to raise funds for patients suffering from cancer.
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