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  • Help to raise awareness - display a car window sticker!

    Display a car sticker to raise awareness of bladder cancer and the help that's available from Fight Bladder Cancer

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  • Facebook fundraisers

    We are incredibly grateful to everyone who financially supports us; every penny of the money that is donated or given from fundraising is spent with care to support those affected by bladder cancer.

    One of the ways that you can do this with Facebook fundraisers and they're a really easy way to raise money for Fight Bladder Cancer.  So, if you've got a birthday or celebration coming up, please consider using this opportunity to help us.

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  • Virtual Halloween 5k!

    Sign up and join the Halloween fun!

    Run 5k with family and friends - all ages and abilities are welcome to join in and there are medals and goodie bags for all finishers!

    Run anytime between now and October 31st  - check out the link below for details of how you can help Fight Bladder Cancer receive a £250 donation!

    Click here to register

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  • New GP Surgery Awareness Pack available

    #BeClearOnCancer

    If you run a GP surgery or Private Practice, we have free posters about the signs and symptoms of bladder cancer and the support that's available #BeClearOnCancer

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  • Donations to Fight Bladder Cancer

    Charity Checkout has become "Enthuse"

    You may have received an email from Enthuse.  This is the trusted payment platform that Fight Bladder Cancer uses, formerly known as Charity Checkout. They have changed their name and branding.  This will not affect you, our valued supporters, in any way and your login details remain the same.  We do trust Enthuse to process all of the donations made on our website.

    If you have any queries, please drop a note to sophie@fightbladdercancer.co.uk or use the email address provided by them in their message. Alternatively, please give us a call on 01844 351621.

    Thank you for your continued support

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  • Take part in our Exemplar Project

    Changing the face of Bladder Cancer

    Fight Bladder Cancer CEO, Dr Lydia Makaroff, invites you to take part in our Exemplar Project.

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  • An important video message from Dr Alison Birtle

    Alison is a Trustee of & Medical Advisor to Fight Bladder Cancer

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  • Dorothy’s Interview

    A short video

    We catch up with Dorothy, a Scottish bladder cancer patient and passionate Fight Bladder Cancer supporter.

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  • It’s Bladder Cancer Awareness Month!

    We feel that now, more than ever, it is important that the 2020 Bladder Cancer Awareness Month offers a sense of community, appreciation & love

    Bladder Cancer Awareness Month is marked annually in May. It is a global campaign aimed at focusing attention on bladder cancer, and Fight Bladder Cancer runs the UK campaign. 

    Despite Coronavirus taking centre stage in our lives, we have decided to continue with running the 2020 campaign. It will be a very different month of activity to our usual event – this time mostly indoors and “virtual” – but we heard strongly from our ‘Wee Community’ that keeping this annual activity was important to them. 

    We hope you will be able to join with us this year. It really would make a huge difference and we will embrace your support. Take a look at our special Bladder Cancer Awareness website page and in particular, our special downloadable 31 days of May Activity Calendar (something to pin to your fridge or kitchen door for the month?) so you can think of us every single day during May!

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