The Roadshow has been raising awareness of cancer and helping to save lives for a number of years now, but we could not continue our important work without the support of our funding partners.
Ronan Keating and the Marie Keating Foundation
“My family and I were devastated when my mum died of cancer in 1998. We wanted to do something positive to help people understand more about cancer, so fewer families have to go through what we did. We’re excited to work with Cancer Research UK and be part of something that is making a difference for thousands of people every year.”
We want to say a big thank you to our friends at the Marie Keating Foundation for helping us to bring cancer awareness to more than 300,000 people since 2006 when our partnership was born. The Marie Keating Foundation and Ronan Keating are supporting two of our Roadshow mobile units, which are currently based in Scotland and North East England.
The Peter Andre Foundation
“Losing Andrew has been devastating for me and my family but through my Foundation we can change the odds for people diagnosed with cancer in the future. This Foundation means so much to me and my brothers and we’ll be doing all we can to help people understand how important it is to know their body and to go straight to their doctor about anything unusual.”
We are delighted to be working alongside the Peter Andre Foundation this year and would like to say a huge thank you for their support of the Roadshow. The Foundation will be supporting our London Roadshow unit and helping us to talk to hundreds of Londoners every week about cancer.
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