On the 19th May 2019 Reading Matins Rotary Charity and My Cancer My Choices are hosting a Charity Fun Bike Ride to raise funds for My Cancer My Choices.
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“Through the treatment, my body was getting an incredible battering and there is a weird gratitude for this as of course it’s getting rid of the cancer. But I found that it wasn’t just my body getting hammered, my mind was at risk too. This is where My Cancer My Choices really came in to their...
“I have loved my appointments – it’s a big thing when a professional touches you and it isn’t part of cancer treatment.”
Jane L, Former breast cancer patient
“In October 2017 I was called for my 3 yearly breast
cancer mammogram, and I remember rushing to the appointment...
“I am 40 next July and decided to celebrate the last year of my 30’s by taking on a new challenge every month. “
Clare is one of our lovely
volunteers. When she’s not fundraising, she does Reflexology and Aromatherapy
Massage for us at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading.
“In my 85 years I had had no experience of acupuncture. I have now had four treatments. ”
Peter, living with prostate cancer
Here’ is Peter’s story, in his own words. One’s introduction to advanced prostate cancer will be different for each of us as it occurs. I shall only...
A huge thank you to the people of Goring for their generosity, and Lestyn and Pangbourne Rotary Club for our Santa sleigh ride around Goring, raising money for My Cancer My Choices and Daisy’s Dream. Together we raised £300. Merry Christmas to you all.
Members of our fundraising team and trustees went to Ascot’s beautiful racecourse and came away winners after great support from the racegoers.
The sun shone, a
great afternoon was had by all, and we raised £2,035 in just a few hours. Many thanks to Ascot Racecourse and
their wonderful racegoers...
A huge thank you to Freddy, Barney and Reg for bringing their owners Sarah, Regina, Richard, Pam and Simon to walk the boundary for My Cancer My Choices.
We beat our target of £500, raising a sizeable £643.75 (including Gift Aid), on what was a lovely sunny day, perfect for getting out there and...
Getting the old
grey cells working really paid off at this fun quiz in Ascot’s Cheapside
Village Hall. A huge thank you to Sue Evans for organising a fun evening, and
for all those who took part and helped raise an incredible £1,250.
The beautiful Jurassic coastline was the setting for Janie’s ambitious walk. Together with some other equally energetic ladies, she walked 58km, and with the support from her friends and family, raised a whopping £526.25, which will go to helping people affected by cancer.
“I joined a group of...