We're pleased to present Cancer Research UK as our lead charity partner for the Oxford Half. They pioneer life-saving research to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured. Join their fundraising team today and you can help beat cancer sooner.
We’re the UK’s leading dementia charity, and our vision is a world without dementia. We are working relentlessly for a cure; and every day we get a bit closer. Until that day, we want to create a society where those affected by dementia are supported and able to live without prejudice.
Join our team and help bring us a step closer to a world without dementia.
Children with Cancer UK actively raises and invests money for vital specialist research to save the lives of children with cancer and keep their families together.
Macmillan Cancer Support improves the lives of people living with cancer. We provide practical, medical, emotional and financial support and push for better cancer care. Cancer affects us all. We can all help.
We are Macmillan.
Oxfordshire Mind are here to make sure anyone in Oxfordshire with a mental health problem has somewhere to turn for advice and support. Last year we helped over 20,000 people. We promote good mental health through the provision of high quality services and campaigning for positive change. Our services include housing, talking therapies, benefits advice, a confidential and free information line, courses, physical activity programmes, volunteering opportunities, and peer-support groups.
We care for the people of Oxfordshire who are at the end of their lives and support their families, friends and carers. We have been doing it for more than 40 years.
Over the next four years we want to raise 4 million to care for more people and train others in the skills.
SSNAP is the charity dedicated to supporting the Neonatal Care Unit and the families of sick and premature babies at the John Radcliffe Hospital. We provide emotional and practical support to families, we fund essential, innovative and life changing equipment in the unit and our research fellowships will ensure lasting change to how babies are cared for and treated in neonatal units here in the UK and around the world.