Author Archives: Robin
Here’s a profile piece on Dimbleby Cancer Care’s fundraising strategy that appears in the latest edition of magazine The Fundraiser.
On Saturday, nine intrepid amateur cyclists rode from London to Brighton to raise money for Dimbleby Cancer Care in memory of their former colleague Graham Dunn, who sadly passed away this summer. Graham had spent the past 5 years living … Continue reading
Every year Dimbleby Cancer Care funds up to £275,000 for research projects focussing on cancer care. The findings from a piece of work carried out by Kings College London are now available here. The project has looked at the specific … Continue reading
On 30th November we are inviting you to join us for an evening of exquisite choral music and readings spanning 500 years. In the wonderful setting of St Bartholomew the Great in Smithfields, London, Suzi Digby OBE will lead the … Continue reading
The schedule for applications for the 2013-2014 round of funding for the Dimbleby Cancer Care Research Fund has gone online today. For full details please click here.
On 11th September, DCC Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby will be chairing the 2nd annual Macmillan Parliamentary Question Time event. The event will take place at the House of Commons. To find out more or to get involved and be part of … Continue reading
Following the success of this year’s event which is fully subscribed already, Global Adventure Challenges are launching a new event for May/June 2014. To find out more go to http://www.globaladventurechallenges.com/international/unite-bike-against-cancer/ And to sign up for the event on behalf … Continue reading
During the last few weeks of his illness, while being treated at St Thomas’ in London, the only thing Richard Dimbleby complained about were the hospital pillows. So his wife brought some in from home. His wish was that everyone … Continue reading
Last night we attended the Cicely Saunders Institute Annual Lecture at Kings, London. As well as the 100+ guests at the Institute in South London, there were live video link ups with Guy’s Hospital, Oxford and San Francisco. The lecture … Continue reading