Big C Charity's 30th birthday
2010 will be a very important year for Big C. It is the year in which the charity will celebrate its 30th birthday, during which we will be holding a number of our own fundraising events to celebrate and raise funds for equipment, support, care and research.
2010 will be a very important year for Big C.
It is the year in which the charity will celebrate its 30th birthday, during which we will be holding a number of our own fundraising events to celebrate and raise funds for equipment, support, care and research.
It will be the year in which we will encourage as many people as possible to fund raise on the charity's behalf in order that we can expand cancer support services to local people affected by this dreadful disease.
It is also the year in which Big C hopes to raise its profile as the local cancer charity for Norfolk and Waveney.
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Since Big C began back in1980 there have been many people who have benefited from equipment funded by the charity, including patients using the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, James Paget University Hospital in Gorleston, and the QEH in Kings Lynn, as well as those diagnosed with cancer as a result of screening through the Big C funded mobile breast screening units.
There are hundreds of people who have used the Big C centre at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital since it opened in May 2006, either as patients or as family or friends of patients, and received support, information and advice from the dedicated staff.
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- 9 Boy attacked by man in woodland in Lowestoft
- 10 Lowestoft mother spared jail after admitting cruelty to one-year-old son
We would like to hear from anyone who has, at any time in the charity's history, been diagnosed, treated or supported, whether as a patient or family member, as a result of grants awarded by Big C and are willing to share their story with us to help us in 2010.
Please contact me on 01603 619900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
PR and corporate fundraising relations manager