Charity Challenges För Viagra 50 mg ingen recept Personal challenges are always a popular way of fundraising. Whether you’re taking part in a marathon, skydive, abseil or trek, your support will help to raise vital funds for Oracle’s research projects and help to raise Oracle’s public profile. Planning to take part in a charity challenge for Oracle? You can set up your fundraising page online via either Virgin Money Giving or JustGiving. It will cost you nothing and is very simple to set up. Let us know about your challenge event by emailing us.

Upcoming Charity Challenges this Autumn

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Walk the Test Way is a firm favourite in Oracle’s calendar.  Walkers have a choice of five walks to choose from at 5, 8, 11, 16 and 25.5 miles along the beautiful Test Way in Hampshire.  Organised by The Rotary Club, all transport, signage and event support are provided for the walk – dogs are very welcome too.  In 2016, Oracle supporters raised over £5,000.  To sign up please visit

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Staff from the Blenheim Head and Neck Centre from the Churchill Hospital have taken up the challenge of running London’s parks in this popular run in London in support of our work. Leigh-Anne El-Barhdadi, Oliver Cassell and surgeon Dr Stuart Winter will be taking part and we wish them all the best.  To sponsor the team please visit binära optioner seb Julian’s Journey Bike Ride – Sunday 15th October 2017
Looking for an Autumn cycling challenge?  Why not sign up and join up to cycle in the Julian’s Journey Charity Bike Ride on Sunday 15th October.  The ride will be 100kms and will start in Harpenden and finish in London.  The route will  include scenic canals as well as road and mountain bikes or road bikes are suitable.  Supporter Julian set up this bike ride following his successful treatment for throat cancer and is organising this special ride to raise funds to support our research work.
For more information or to sign up please visit
Oracle would like to thank Julian, his family and the Julian’s Journey Committee for their tremendous support.

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