We have six spaces available for the Virgin Sport British 10K Run in 2018.
Join us for this once in a lifetime run across one of the best cities in the world. Registration costs £20 and we are asking runners to raise £200 each for our services.
If you are interested in running for The Loss Foundation at this event get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are planning on running any other race or partaking in another sporting event, why not consider raising money for The Loss Foundation in the process? You can create a fundraising webpage for The Loss Foundation by clicking on the Total Giving button below:
We believe that everyone who has lost a loved one to cancer should be able to talk freely and openly about their experiences of grief and have the right support available. It’s people like you who will help us to achieve our mission.
With your support, we can grow our specialist bereavement services and be there for everyone who needs us.
Fundraising for us can be a way to show people who are grieving that you care. If you too have lost someone to cancer, it can be a way to engage proactively with your own sense of loss and to help others like you benefit from our valuable and healing support.
Click here to download our Fundraising Pack. And thank you for your time and support.
To give you an idea of what our money goes towards and how you can help;
£1500 allows us to set up and run a new monthly support group for one year.
£10 a month allows us to greet people with welcoming hot drinks at a support group.
£15 a month helps stock our library with the most up-to-date reading material that people can read and take comfort in between support group sessions.
£10 a month allows us to have homemade cakes at one of our support groups for up to 12 people. Cakes are part of our charitable ethos!
£75 covers the cost to run one support group and helps up to 12 people.
£260 covers the cost of a place at one of our bereavement retreats and provides a weekend of full support.
£500 covers the cost to put on a workshop about bereavement for other organisations.