Raising Money for IOM Anti-Cancer Association

Got a bright idea for raising money?Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association

needs your help!

 

If you have a great idea of how to raise funds for IOM Anti-Cancer Association, then we want to hear from you! Use your imagination, get creative, and most importantly, have fun raising money for charity!

 

The Branches of Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association have a range of different fundraising events on throughout the year - for more information, visit the CCC events page.

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Let our Space Hoppers out to play...


Our space hoppers love to bounce around and have fun! They promise to be on their best behaviour if you will help raise funds for our charity by letting them out to play!

Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association has 12 giant retro space hoppers to loan out for a donation. They are made from tough, thick rubber and are suitable for adult or child use.

 

For more information on loaning out the space hoppers, please contact our Executive Officer on (07624) 252725.

 

Running a marathon? Taking part in the Parish Walk? Sponsored silence with school mates?

 

Whatever you fancy doing to help raise money for Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association, you'll need our sponsorship form:

 

Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association Sponsor form
sponsorship form IOMACA.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [273.1 KB]

Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association Fuchsia Mug

This beautiful mug is available from your local branch or by contacting 252725. They make a lovely present...

Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association Fuchsia Pin Badge

Our fuchsia pin badges have recently been updated and are now on sale from your local branch or by contacting 252725.

 

 

Liz Geldart & Jackie Elliott took on the challenge of the Inca Trail in Peru in 2014 to raise £4,560 for

IOM Anti-Cancer Association

 

 

Dot Tilbury and members of her family took on the challenge of the Great North Run in September, to raise funds for IOM Anti-Cancer Association and Cancer Research UK. They undertook the half marathon challenge in memory of Dot’s sister-in-law Voirrey Kelly, who suffered from lung cancer.

The team are pictured presenting IOM Anti-Cancer Association's President, Malcolm Clague, and Treasurer, Howard Pilley, with a cheque for £2459.

Sylvia & Bob Constantine and their gardening friends in Port Erin, have organised a series of garden openings during 2015 to raise funds for

IOM Anti-Cancer Association.

 

 

The Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association is a member of the Council of Cancer Charities (CCC). For more information about the CCC click here. To see the calendar of events for all CCC organisations, click here.