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ScottishPower supports vital research into air pollution and cancer

In November 2021, Cancer Research UK Chief Clinician, Professor Charles Swanton, visited our longstanding corporate partner ScottishPower at their headquarters…

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Celebrating 10 years of partnership with NIVEA Sun

This year, we wanted to show our deep appreciation to NIVEA Sun who have supported Cancer Research UK for the…

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Cancer Research UK thanks Tania Bryer for a decade of fundraising as chair of the National Events Committee

Tania Bryer is a well-recognised broadcaster for CNBC and Sky. Her critically acclaimed show, CNBC Meets, sees her interview some…

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Tesco is supporting Race for Life for the 21st year.

Race for Life is an inspiring series of 3k, 5k, 10k, Pretty Muddy and Pretty Muddy Kids events which raise…

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Sustainability a major focus of our 17th year partnering with TK Maxx

In 2004, we joined forces with TK Maxx to raise awareness and funds for children’s and young people’s cancers. Since…

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Partnership in a pandemic: how Credit Suisse delivered an incredible Charity of the Year partnership despite lockdown

We explore how our partner, Credit Suisse, adapted to significant changes in the fundraising environment to exceed its original targets for the partnership.

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Peer-to-peer match-funding initiative raises over £4 million for cancer research

The Cancer Research UK Challenge Fund, which we launched in the initial throes of the pandemic, will help to ensure we can continue funding vital research.

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Catch up on Behind the Science 2021 – From funding stream to blood stream: Is drug development moving fast enough?

This year’s event took place virtually on Wednesday 12 May. Watch or listen back now.

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“I think the sky’s the limit”: Funky Pigeon on raising £250K and what’s next for our partnership

To celebrate their £250k milestone, we spoke to Funky Pigeon’s founder and managing director, Richard Pepper, about the exciting future of our partnership.

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“Helping to develop the science leaders of the future brings great satisfaction” – Mike Gooley on donating £1m

Trailfinders founder, Mike Gooley CBE, has supported our work for more than 20 years. His latest gift will support the Francis Crick Institute’s PhD programme.

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