Over 300 employees from across Alliance Healthcare UK gathered for their annual charity football and netball tournament on 28 June 2015 – and raised more than £40,000 for the EORTC Cancer Research Fund. Nike Air Max 2016 Heren zwart Twenty-three football teams and four netball teams took part in the competitions, watched by dozens of supporters from across the UK distribution network. air max pas cher Teams raised money to enter the tournament through a variety of initiatives, such as cake sales, car washing, Nike Pas Cher raffles, fjällräven kånken mini product sales, and a BBQ. Other fundraising activities on the day included a raffle and a tombola to help raise additional funds for the SPECTAcolor project.

“It was a wonderful occasion – I was so impressed with the dedication shown by members of the Alliance Healthcare teams, air max coming from all parts of the UK to participate in this event and support cancer research”, said Professor Mark Lawler, Nike Air Max 2017 Dames roze EORTC Ambassador and Chair of Translational Cancer Genomics at Queens’s University Belfast.” This CSR event is another great example of the application of the Alliance Healthcare UK vision and values. The money raised will contribute significantly to the research the EORTC is undertaking to improve cancer treatments and give hope to cancer patients across Europe”, he added.

Special thanks from the EORTC SPECTAcolor Research team go to all the 2015 football and netball champions as well as to the Alliance Healthcare UK support office for their fantastic fundraising efforts!

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