Your generosity is vital to our neuroendocrine tumour unit, providing the much needed funds to help us continue our research.
Ways to donate
Royal Free Charity NET fund 311
The Royal Free Charity NET fund 311 provides patient support and research to support earlier diagnosis and advanced treatments for NETs. You can donate via our NET fund 311 page on the Royal Free Charity website.
The NET unit take part in regular ‘parkruns’. These 5k runs (or walks!) take place every Saturday in parks all over the country and are free for anyone to join. They typically start at 9am or 9.30am.
Donations should be made to the Royal Free Charity NET fund 311.
As many of our patients live across different locations over the UK we hope that this will encourage as many of you to take part as possible. All family, friends, and children aged four or over are welcome to take part – you can even bring your dog as long you let the organisers know!
The Royal Free Charity are able to provide running packs including t-shirts and running bibs for anyone wishing to take part. There is a limited amount so if you would like a pack please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the number and sizes you would like.
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