Taylan's Project - Helping to fund the fight against brain tumours
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Sporting Events

Taking part in a running, cycling or walking (or other sporting) event for charity can be hugely rewarding for everyone. It provides a special combination of personal satisfaction linked to the knowledge that youíre helping a great cause.

Work Up a Sweat for Us

Perhaps you're contemplating taking part in your first 5k run, or maybe you're a seasoned marathon runner? Would you rather get on your bike? Or does a brisk, steady walk sound like your kind of thing? Whatever sort of sporting activity takes your fancy, you can be assured that we will do everything we can to support you.

Whether you wish to secure one of our allocated charity places, or help us via your own place booking, we would be delighted to hear from you. We'll be keen to support you and will provide you with sponsorship forms, helpful tips on raising money, a Taylan's Project - Brain Tumour Research running vest and dedicated assistance right through to race day, including website and social media coverage, as well as PR support. In short, we will give you as much or as little help as you need. Please click here to see which events we currently have spaces for.

You can find a range of helpful tips and advice regarding training, nutrition and diet on www.realbuzz.com. It is a purpose-built website with a variety of quality communication tools such as blogs, forums and a route planner, plus, it gives its users all the motivation they need to lead a healthy, active lifestyle. You can also find useful advice on the www.runnersmedicalresource.com.


JustGiving and Gift Aid

You can see our current JustGiving fundraisers by visiting our JustGiving page. Just select ‘read more' to see the current fundraisers, or visit the main Brain Tumour Research JustGiving page.

Remember that as Brain Tumour Research is a Registered Charity (No.1153487), all donations by sponsors who are UK taxpayers can benefit from Gift Aid. This means that Brain Tumour Research receives an additional 25% from HMRC, at no extra cost to the donor.


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