Meet Jenson, a seven year old super star baker who decided he wanted to raise funds by selling cakes and sweets to family and friends.
His delicious treats raised an amazing £110 – thank you so much, Jenson!
Westerhope Golf Club
It was a lovely surprise to hear from Janet from Ponteland Rotary who supported the Trust in 2020. Janet has chosen to support Dragonfly Cancer Trust during her year as Ladies Captain at Westerhope Golf Club. Thank you so much and good luck with your captaincy year!
Year 10 at QEHS
We were so pleased class 10BCS at Queen Elizabeth High School in Hexham for choosing to support us as part of their 10 For 10 Challenge. Together students walked a total of 1,340 miles and raised an amazing £218!
Dame Allan’s School
Thank you to Dame Allan’s School in Newcastle for their wonderful donation of £148.00 from their fundraising activities.
Ian’s Ultra Challenge
On the 4th & 5th of September 2021, Ian will be embarking on his very own ultra challenge, swimming the length of Ullswater (7 miles), cycling 150 miles up into Scotland and back to the village of Bellingham, then finishing with a 63 mile run following the river Tyne to Tynemouth. An epic 220 mile triathlon from the west coast to the east coast in a bid to raise £5,000 for Dragonfly Cancer Trust…. Wow! You can follow Ian’s progress and support his challenge here.
Huge thanks to the wonderful team at Genting who embarked on a mission to virtually run, walk and cycle their way across the globe, raising a phenomenal £4,500.
Employees from both the UK and Malta-based teams collectively covered more than 10,000km and helped to spread our message far and wide.
Regent Farm Court Retirement Housing
This is Jean & Joyce – just two of the lovely residents at Regent Farm Court Retirement Housing who made and sold crafts, raising an amazing £261.25 for Dragonfly Cancer Trust! Thank you to all residents for their wonderful support.
Our Great North Run Team
Each year our wonderful team of runners spread the word about Dragonfly Cancer Trust and raise vital funds through sponsorship.
This year, the Great North Run will celebrate its (delayed) 40th anniversary and we can’t wait to see our runners at the finish line.