Guy Francis Bone Cancer Research Fund
Registered charity number 1144188
Founded in 2002 by teenage bone cancer patient Guy Francis shortly before his death, the Guy Francis Bone Cancer Research Fund is dedicated to questioning "Why" primary bone cancer is Britain's Number 1 Teenage and Young Adult Cancer. By funding vital medical and social research, the Fund works towards finding answers to issues covering the cause and treatment of this rare cancer, as well as of lifestyle, environment, detection and low survival rates for these young patients.
Guy Francis Bone Cancer Research Fund offers a variety of events to participate in and raise valuable donations to support the charity. Check out the events below for more information.
The Do it for Charity London to Brighton Cycle Ride is a mass-participation cycle ride covering the 54 miles from south London to Madeira Drive on Brighton sea front. In 2018 the ride will take place on the 16th September and over 4,000 riders are expected to take part.
The Superhero Run is your chance to become a real-life superhero as you pull on your cape and join thousands of fellow runners as they descend on Regent’s Park, London, in a bid to make the UK a more charitable place to live!
Take on the exhilarating challenge of soaring from 10,000 ft on a Tandem Skydive freefalling at 120mph! Raised the minimum sponsorship? You’ll get to jump for FREE!
Take the first step to your professional skydiver’s course and jump solo from 10,000 ft! Raised the minimum sponsorship? You’ll get to jump for FREE!