Join in, have fun and make a difference
Have a great time, meet new friends and make a real contribution to funding life-changing medical research at the same time.
We need people with a range of skills to make our fundraising events as successful as possible. All you need to give is a little of your time.
Lunches And Dinners2 events
21st Ladies' Lunch - 15 March 2018
with Guest spearker Penny Mallory
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Sparkle for Action - 24 March 2018
Oran Mor, Glasgow
Due to the success of the 2017 Sparkle for Action Miss Scotland 2016 is hosting another event in the fabulous Oran Mor. Join us for an evening of fine dinning with amazing entertainment and have fun whilst helping Lucy reach her target of raising £50,000.
The funds raised will support the work of Professor Mairs and his team at Glasgow’s Institute of Cancer Sciences to develop a new combination treatment in the hope of reducing the suffering that’s associated with side effects and saving more children’s lives.
For further information please contact Jill Kerr E jill.kerr1@btopenworld T 07887 491992
The Ben Nevis Challenge - 9 September 2018
Join Team Action and climb Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the British Isles which stands at 1,344 metres above sea level. The Ben Nevis challenge sees you conquer this stunning mountain in one day.
Come solo or bring a team – this challenge is perfect for anyone looking to conquer it in a specific time or tackling it alone for the very first time. Either way reaching the highest point in the UK, while you’re helping to fund research for sick babies and children, will leave you feeling on top of the world!
Grab those hiking boots and do something amazing – help save and change children’s lives.
Trossachs Ton - 17 June 2018
The Trossachs Ton offers the mighty Double Duke; two ascents of the Dukes Pass on the Champion route. It's one of the best ride outs in Scotland in an area of outstanding beauty with mountains and forests, making this bike ride such a pleasure despite the hills.
Starting out from Stirling with a choice of two distances, the Classic 75 mile route offers a nice ride with Crow Road and a single Duke pass whilst the Champion route at 106 miles is ideal if you’re an experienced Sportive rider.
Expect a great day in the saddle raising funds to help sick and disabled babies and children on this cycling event with first class support throughout the day.