Golf Club Captain Nick chooses Oracle as his Charity of the Year
Nick who took up his Captaincy at Blacknest Golf and Country Club near Alton surpassed all expectations raising over £4,500 during his year.
Oracle is a cause close to Nick’s heart following his daughter’s diagnosis of head and neck cancer at the young age of 25. Kimberley was succesfully treated at The Royal Marsden Hospital and against all odds has also had two children.
Says Nick, “I was delighted to choose Oracle as my Captains Charity of the Year. Thankfully Kimberley has since made a full recovery, and it was thanks to Oracle’s pioneering research into head and neck cancer that gave her the best possible treatment.
“Despite having never organised any charity events, during my year as Club Captain I held a successful Captain’s golf day and organised a race night at Blacknest Golf Club. I had set myself an initial target to raise £3,000 and have been overwhelmed by the support of golfers at Blacknest, friends and family. With the help of the team at Oracle Cancer Trust, I exceeded my target and was delighted to raise over £4,500. I am now looking forward to a well-earned rest following a busy year of fundraising and playing golf!”
In this section
More fundraising stories
Our 14th Glory of Concert welcomed our Patron, Sir Michael Morpurgo and other special guests at St John’s Smith Square
Oracle visited the offices of Intuitive recently at the launch of their new UK headquarters in Oxford.
The team at Oracle were delighted to be invited to the BGC Partners Charity day, an event to commemorate 9/11 and raise funds for good causes
Katrina is one of our longest fundraisers and has held many quiz nights in support of Oracle over the years in her local village.
“It feels a long time ago when I was diagnosed with cancer of the throat in December 2013″
Lifelong friends Edward Price and Tom Otty chose the historic German City of Cologne to tackle their first marathon.
Anika surpasses all her expectations raising over £6,000 in memory of her brother, Christian who died of head and neck cancer in his early 40’s.
Nth Degree Club Founder and President of The Restaurant Association, raises over £25,000 at Charity fundraising dinner in aid of Oracle Cancer Trust in May
Super fundraiser Angie organises an annual fundraiser in support of Oracle’s work following her treatment for head and neck cancer
Help us beat cancer
Our life-saving work relies on the money you give us.
Donate now and together we can save more lives by beating cancer sooner.
Get in touch
Oracle Cancer Trust is a registered charity in England and Wales (1142037). A company limited by guarantee. Registered company in England and Wales (7125497). Registered address: 10 Parsons Green House, 27 Parsons Green Lane, London SW6 4HH.