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COVID-19 children's research appeal

COVID-19 children's research appeal

Help fund research to better understand how COVID-19 affects children

funding vital research

We’re on a mission to save and change children’s lives through medical research, developing treatments, vaccinations and cures.

Hope for a rare disease

Hunter syndrome is a devastating rare disease that often cuts children's lives tragically short. With your support we can push forward vital research that offers hope to these children, that in the future, lives could be saved.

Childhood cancers

In the UK almost 4,000 children and young people under 25 are diagnosed with cancer every year. We are funding research to try and improve the chances and treatment for children with brain tumours and cancer.

Cerebral palsy

Around 2,000 babies are diagnosed with cerebral palsy every year in the UK. Action is determined to help, which is why we’re funding vital research into cerebral palsy that might one day provide answers.

montage of sean yates, group in front of eiffel and man riding bike

London to Paris

14 - 18 July 2021

Join a road-racing legend on Europe's greatest cycling adventure

Spend four days travelling from capital to capital on this bucket-list challenge. We'll take care of everything so all you need to do is turn up, ride and make memories to last a lifetime. With a special guest rider, British former pro-cyclist, Sean Yates.

Cycling Events

With cycling challenges both in the UK and abroad, there's definitely a challenge waiting for you. From beginners to the very experienced and with routes ranging 20 miles to hundreds of miles, come and join us in the fight for little lives.

Running

Whether you’re looking for your first challenge or you’re a seasoned runner we’ve got an event for you. We have places in the world’s greatest and best-known events and races.

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