Fundraise

Take part in one of our fundraising challenges or set up one of your own, to help us in our fight to improve cancer treatment throughout the UK.

There are lots of ways you can fundraiser for Radiotherapy UK. The choice is yours! We run a yearly event this years was called #Miles4Radiotherapy and was design to get people moving during COVID and improve mental health, but if that’s not your thing, create a fundraising challenge of your own.

Fun run fundraisers

Get moving for Radiotherapy

Every year we have organised a fundraising event that was born out of a small group who loved running. This year we went all out and created #Miles4Radiotherapy challenge. This was an online event to raising money to sustain and grow our charity to enable it to keep fighting for better radiotherapy services across the UK!

 

 

 

How to set up your own fundraising challenge

Chris the fundraiser

Getting started

However you choose to raise money – be that sitting in a bath of beans or something slightly more conventional – you’ll be helping to save the lives of people with cancer in the UK. All you need to do is set up a JustGiving page and set yourself a fundraising target. You can be as creative as you like and how much you want to push yourself if up to you.

Fundraiser

Promoting your event

Once you’ve set up your fundraising page, it’s time to start promoting your event! Put at poster up in your physical or virtual office. Perhaps you could encourage your colleagues to start a fundraiser themselves or get involved in your challenge. Let everyone know what you’re doing on social media – and let us know too! We can help you to reach even more people. We know you’re passionate about cancer treatment in the UK but make sure your friends, colleagues and sponsors know why it’s important to you.

Support RTUK

Campaign with us

Make a stand against unnecessary cancer deaths.

Sign our petition

Together, we can make sure we #CatchUpWithCancer.

Email your MP

Ask your MP to support our urgent calls for the government to respond to the cancer backlog.

Share your story

Your story could really help someone else going through radiotherapy treatment.

Join our patient hub

Share your thoughts with us on radiotherapy care and treatment. We’d love to hear from you.