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Meet our fundraisers!

Read a selection of stories from our fantastic fundraisers.

Our fundraisers have various reasons for raising money for the Royal Free Charity - maybe their family member or friend received excellent care, or they were a patient themselves, and they wanted to say thank you. Here we feature some of our amazing fundraisers and the crazy challenges they have taken on!

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Crowdfunding for Kidney transplant research

I donated my kidney to save the life of a complete stranger. Read my story here

A tale of personal challenge which motivated Prafula to discover more about kidney transplantations and the challenges those who receive them face.

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Massage Therapy's Superhero supporter

Royal Free Hospital staff member Steve has been the charity’s superhero supporting Massage Therapy with ten 10km runs and five half marathons under his belt! In Septmeber 2018 he will be taking on another half Marathon at Richmond.

Every penny raised helps provide massage therapy to help patients cope with their diagnosis and treatment. Read his story and support him and you can make a difference too!

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Liver transplant patient

Having benefitted from a Liver Transplant Graham is cycling in the Ride London 100 July 2018. Read his story here

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The 100 challenge for my Dad

Mixing his love of cycling and the sadness of loosing his Dad to bladder cancer Paul has taken up the Ride London 100 challenge to make a difference to others through supporting research through St Peter’s Trust Read his story here

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Race to the Stones for NETs

Having a friend diagnosed with Neuroendocrine tumours NETs, also known as the Quiet Cancer has inspired Chris to take on the 100k Trail run from Oxforshire to Avebury, Wiltshire. Read his story here