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VHI Women’s Mini Marathon – postponed

May 31 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

VHI Womens Mini Marathon

Grab some petal power and join ‘Team Daisy’ for the largest, all-women’s mini marathon – in the world!

This June Bank Holiday we are calling on all females to lace up your trainers and walk, jog or run this 10K event to support children living with cancer.

 

Why We Need Your Support

Every week, on the island of Ireland, another 10 children, teenagers or young adults will be diagnosed with cancer. We understand that, beyond the essential medical care, there is a family life that needs to be rebuilt.

 

We currently offer therapeutic short breaks at Daisy Lodge, in Newcastle, Co. Down, for families throughout Ireland living with a childhood cancer diagnosis. Therapeutic short breaks allow families to spend quality time together in a peaceful and nurturing environment far removed from hospital and treatment regimes and to benefit from the support provided by our team of Cancer Support Specialists.  

 

However we can only provide one in seven families with a short break which is why we have embarked on exciting plans for a new Daisy Lodge therapeutic centre in Co. Mayo to ensure all families across Ireland get the vital emotional support they need.

 

To make our plans a reality, and to continue supporting families throughout Ireland, we need YOU! So come on ladies, register today, and together let’s make this happen!

 

*Gentlemen…unfortunately this is a female only event, however you can still show your support by donating online or giving us a call on 0 1562 1580.

How to Sign Up

1.         Visit VHI Women’s Mini Marathon website to get your race number and read all the T&Cs click here.

2.         Email belinda@cancerfundforchildren.ie to request your free Cancer Fund for Children fundraising pack

Details

Date:
May 31
Time:
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Event Categories:
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Website:
cancerfundforchildren.com

Venue

Dublin City Centre
Cancer Fund for Children Masquerade BallChildhood Cancer Awareness Month