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Raising funds for a better tomorrow

As an independent charity at Mount Vernon Hospital we receive no Government funding, and donations from our supporters are vital. With your support we can make sure people affected by cancer and other serious conditions have access to top-quality scanning equipment, operated by the highest calibre staff.

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Golf Day 

Denham Golf ClubTuesday 11 June.

Start the day with coffee and breakfast rolls from 10am, then after 18 holes on the course there will be a delicious carvery meal.  There will be fun activities throughout the day including a betting hole, raffle and auction.

Book as soon as you can -places will be limited.

Booking Form      Or Eventbrite booking 

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Supporter thanks

Well done and thank you to Rick, Kristie and Sam who completed the Vitality London 10,000 in September. They have already raised an amazing £1,095. Rick also completed the Big Half and raised £1,035.  If you have been inspired by any of our supporters fundraising efforts and would like to take part in an event or challenge, please do get in touch email appeals@stricklandscanner.org.uk

sam, rick and kristie supporter fundraising

Will you remember us?

Legacy gifts play a crucial role in what we are able to achieve for our patients. One of our supporters has taken the simple step of making provision for Paul Strickland Scanner Centre in her Will. By leaving a gift in your Will after looking after family and friends you can help us plan for the future.

Get in touch with our Legacy Giving expert Caroline Wren on 01923 886315 or by email at appeals@stricklandscaner.org.uk for an informal chat.

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Stepping Up For Cancer

Bank Holiday Monday 6 May 2024, Chess Valley

Lace up your walking boots and join us on May Bank Holiday Monday, 6th May for Stepping Up For Cancer.

Start at Chenies Manor for a fantastic 10km circular walk through beautiful countryside with 3 shortcut options.

Entry fee of £20 includes T-shirt and entry to Chenies Manor Tulip Gardens or £12 without T-shirt.

Stepping Up For Cancer charity walk
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Take part in an event

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We have a number of exciting events and challenges. Take a look and get involved!

Make a regular gift

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We receive no government funding and donations are crucial to ensuring we can provide the best possible care, using high quality equipment.

Pledge a gift in your will

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By leaving a gift in your will you could help us to change lives.

Scanalot supporter lottery

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Our supporter lottery has four draws a year. Sign up today!

In memory

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Remembering a loved one through in memory donations is a wonderful way to honour a special person during a difficult time. There are many ways you can make a meaningful and lasting tribute to their memory.

Trusts and foundations

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We are very grateful to everyone who supports us.

What's On

The Big Half

Fancy challenge? How about running The Big Half for Paul Strickland Scanner Centre? Sign up today!

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01 September 2024

Quiz Night

Join us for an evening of fun, laughter, and brain-teasing challenges. Bring your friends and family for a memorable quiz experience.

£18
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28 September 2024

Challenge of a lifetime

Fancy taking on a challenge of a lifetime? We can help you find the one for you. Get in touch today to find out how you can raise vital funds for Paul Strickland Scanner Centre.

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01 October 2024

Scanalot Supporter Lottery

£20 entry for the year!

Draws take place quarterly in March, June, September and December with prizes of £100, £50 and £25 so sign up now for a chance to win one of the 12 cash prizes every year.

To sign up please complete the form below and return to the appeals office. If you have any queries or questions please do not hesitate to contact the appeals office.

We keep our overheads low

For every £1 we spend on fundraising, we get back…

£3.58

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Total expenditure 1 October 2021 to 30 September 2022

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