Relay For Life is a 24 hour community event which celebrates people who have survived a cancer diagnosis, remembers those lost to the disease and brings the community together to Fight Back against cancer.
At Relay For Life Donegal our mission is to honour as many cancer survivors, men, women and children, as possible, remember those we have lost,raise at least €100K for cancer research in the fight against cancer and have fantastic fun doing it. Learn more about Relay For Life
The Vhi Women's Mini Marathon is kind of a big deal. And it's got the numbers to prove it. Aside from being the biggest event of its kind anywhere in the world, this annual 10k charity road race around the historic streets of Dublin is a massive fundraiser for Irish charities.
The Moylagh JFK 50 Mile Challenge will take on cancer once again on June, 9 2018 with participants setting off at 6 am from the Community Centre in the village. The route covers a spectacular route across Meath, Cavan and Westmeath.
Whether you walk 5 miles or the full 50 miles, young or old, fit or unfit everyone can feel the sense of achievement and support.
Relay For Life is a 24-hour community celebration which honours all those who are affected by cancer. The Irish Cancer Society hopes to bring Relay For Life to every town and city in Ireland.
At Relay For Life, whole communities come together united against cancer to Celebrate life, Remember loved ones lost to the disease, and Fight Back against cancer by raising awareness about cancer prevention as well as raising funds to support the Irish Cancer Society's mission to stop cancer.
Relay For Life is a 24 hour event that brings the whole community together to Celebrate the lives of cancer survivors, to Remember those whom we have lost to the disease and to Fight Back by increasing our knowledge of cancer and by raising money to fund vital research and services of the Irish Cancer Society.
Watch: Relay For Life Wexford invitation from chair Gay Murphy