Rock the Pav, the free annual music festival held on the Kent coast, has topped the £10k mark in its fundraising for PCRF!
Enterprising nine-year-old Marli Rubin has raised a whopping £372 for PCRF by selling keyrings she made from empty crisp packets!
Newark’s Holy Trinity church football team continued their charity fundraising this year by taking on the team from Royal Mail Newark for the third Jason Ginnelly Memorial Fund event – raising a total of £1150 for PCRF.
New research into the chemical messages that travel between cells has found a way to significantly reduce the ability of pancreatic cancer cells to spread.
The PCRF Tissue Bank has recently registered its 1,000th tissue donor, reaching a new milestone.
Scientists from universities, research institutes, biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies all over the world are now able to apply for tissue samples from the PCFF-funded pancreas tissue bank to help their research into improving the diagnosis and treatment of pancreatic cancer.
We recently received a donation for the fantastic sum of £1500 from long-time supporter, Andy Chestnutt, along with this wonderful description of how the money was raised so creatively! Thank you Andy and your golfing pals from the OVGS!
A PCRF-funded project has underpinned the development of a potential new drug to tackle pancreatic cancer that researchers are planning to test in clinical trials.
Purity has been fundraising for PCRF following the death of much-loved company co-founder, Jim Minkin, from pancreatic cancer. This year, their annual company cricket match raised £6,000 for the charity.
PCRF supporter Jane Anderson has raised more than £3,000 in memory of her brother, Tim Voltzenlogel, who passed away aged just 60.