Run Belfast Marathon for 'Friends of the Cancer Centre'

16/03/2011

Help support cancer patients and their families across Northern Ireland by taking part in the 2011 Belfast City Marathon and choosing Friends of the Cancer Centre as your sponsored charity.

Walk or run… raise a little or raise a lot…Friends of the Cancer Centre would appreciate your support at the marathon on Monday 2 May 2011.

Help support cancer patients and their families across Northern Ireland by taking part in the 2011 Belfast City Marathon and choosing Friends of the Cancer Centre as your sponsored charity.

Walk or run… raise a little or raise a lot…Friends of the Cancer Centre would appreciate your support at the marathon on Monday 2 May 2011.

If you decide to take up the challenge simply go to the dedicated 'Friends' website and complete the registration form.  When you sign up you'll get a t-shirt and sponsor form to get you on your way!

For more information on how you can support Friends of the Cancer Centre, contact Kelly on (028) 9069 9393 or Kelly.donnelly@belfasttrust.hscni.net


About the Cancer Centre

The Cancer Centre is a regional centre based at Belfast City Hospital.

At the centre,  cancer treatment is provided  for people living in Belfast as well as providing a number of specialist regional services for people throughout Northern Ireland. 

Read more about Cancer Treatment provided by Belfast Trust


About friends of the Cancer Centre

'Friends' is a independent cancer charity based at the Cancer Centre in Belfast City Hospital.

Through voluntary donations 'Friends' can make a real and meaningful difference for thousands of cancer patients and their families across Northern Ireland, by providing funding for:

  • research within the Cancer Centre and as a result patients benefit from major advances in technology, which has improved and advanced patient treatment and care.
  • medical equipment to provide cutting edge technology to help with diagnosis and treatment of patients.
  • patient comforts to improve the quality of life for patients and their families. 

Friends of the Cancer Centre website