Month: October 2017

Cancer Ninjas News & Update E-Shot Oct 2017 – No.03

By Head Ninja! / 31st October 2017

Our third news and update e-shot, October 2017 No.03, has just been emailed out.

If you did not receive it automatically by email, please do sign up to our newsletters to be kept up to date with forthcoming events, and news from the month.

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Ma’s Marmalade goes on tour for some autumn sun!

By Head Ninja! / 29th October 2017

Many of you will remember Ma’s Marmalade that sold out earlier in the year after raising £423.75 for Cancer Ninjas.

Well this jar has gone on holiday and found itself on the beach in The Maldives! We think that beats the previous picture from Stoke!

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VitrX cake bake off….. gosh our tummies are still full!

By Head Ninja! / 28th October 2017

VitrX, one of our generous corporate sponsors, kindly hosted a ‘cake bake’ in their offices for the whole building, to raise money for Cancer Ninjas, our supported charity Cancer Research UK, and Macmillan.

Cancer Ninjas were lucky enough to be…

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Castrol Australia donate a signed Wallabies rugby shirt

By Head Ninja! / 16th October 2017

Our thanks to Castrol Australia for donating this signed Wallabies ruby shirt which was auctioned to raise money for Cancer Ninjas.

The auction was a team effort with Coach Will Findlay getting together with the North Brisbane Rugby Club.

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Wow, today we have just received our 1000th donation

By Head Ninja! / 7th October 2017

Today we have just received our 1000th donation, an amazing milestone given the short time that Cancer Ninjas has been going.

So a big THANK YOU to all our fantastic fellow ninjas and supporters that have got us to here. We are most grateful…

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A huge thank you to all those involved in Shine 2017

By Head Ninja! / 1st October 2017

Cancer Research UK’s Shine London night walk is now over, and it was a fantastic event that many of us are still buzzing from days after it has finished.

To have such a great Cancer Ninjas team of 100+ amongst the 15,000+ other walkers was….

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