Steven O’Neill, Christie patient“I received excellent care at The Christie and I want to help give something back… [I’m] aiming to complete a virtual Manchester to Blackpool bike ride on 12 September 2020.”
Danielle Kelleher, Christie supporter“The Walk of Hope, along with The Christie, holds such a special place in my heart… and I want to give something back to The Christie for helping me along the [cancer] journey”
Andy Pitt, Christie supporter“I have always been very proud to work at The Christie… I want to support it in any way I can, which is why I always choose to cycle for The Christie”.
James Mack, Christie fundraiser“Ever since my early first visits to The Christie, I have played The Christie lottery… it is able to fund further progress and research into the fight to find various treatments against cancer.”
Evie and Ellie England, Christie fundraisers
“My mum and I have always wanted to raise money again for you. You saved her life from cancer."
Ailsa McDonagh, Christie patient
“The care I have had at the Christie has been second to none. The support I received when I was an inpatient and now that I am at home is invaluable.”
Sam Whelan, Christie fundraiser
“Cancer is a terrible disease and takes far too many people, but together we can help to continue the fight against it."
HPB/NET disease group, Christie supporters
"All of our lives have been touched by these diagnoses, either personally or professionally."
Nicola Stewart, Christie fundraiser
"I was super proud to wear my Christie vest at the London marathon"
Tony Gretton, Christie fundraiser
"Support from the thousands of Christie fundraisers helps fund vital research and care and treatment for patients."
Keith Small, Christie fundraiser
"Supporting The Christie was an easy decision as it is very close to many people’s hearts in the local community."
Rob Duncombe, director of pharmacy
"I'm running 150 miles through the Sahara desert for The Christie charity."
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