Go Red and Walk in Memory of the 21,000 women diagnosed with a gyane cancer every year | The Eve Appeal

Walk in her Memory

Get together with your friends, family or colleagues, Go Red and Walk in Memory of the 21,000 women who diagnosed with a gynae cancer every year and for those who are no longer with us, whilst raising for The Eve Appeal’s – women’s cancer charity – ground-breaking medical research to prevent these cancers.

The length and location is completely up to you, you could walk 15km in your local park or up a mountain, 10,000 steps every day in September or why not join #TeamEve on the charity’s Go Red Trek through the Cotswolds on 28th September (25km).

This is what makes The Eve Appeal’s Go Red Walk in her Memory perfect for everyone to get involved during Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month this September.

Click here to register for your free online fundraising pack which contains everything you need to plan your walk as well as tips on how to fundraise.

Once you have signed up, you’ll need to:

  • Plan your route
  • Pick a date/s
  • Set a fundraising target
  • Let everyone know
  • Put on your trainers (or any comfortable shoes) and walk!

Every year in the UK 21,000 women are diagnosed with one of the five gynaecological cancers – womb, ovarian, cervical, vulval and vaginal. That’s 58 mothers, daughters, sisters, wives or partners every day. These statistics are shocking.

By taking part in The Eve Appeal’s Go Red Walk in her Memory you help to remember and honour these women and their families, help to bring gynae health to the forefront of people’s minds, raise awareness of the key signs and symptoms whilst also raising funds for the charity’s ground-breaking research.

Click here to register for your free fundraising pack or give the Eve Team a call on 020 7605 0109 – and don’t worry if you can take part in September, you are welcome to hold your walk at any point during the year, do just let us know.

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