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Jingle all the Way Charity 5k in aid of Mid-Western Cancer Foundation Jingle all the Way Charity 5k in aid of Mid-Western Cancer Foundation


Jingle all the Way Charity 5k in aid of Mid-Western Cancer Foundation



By I Love Limerick Correspondent Niamh Higgins

The Mid Western Cancer Foundation’s ‘Jingle all the Way’ Charity 5k will take place on Saturday 6 December at 11am.
The event will take place in the University of Limerick from the Plaza (across from the Pavilion Club) in the North campus. Anyone and everyone is invited to come along and take part no matter if you’re old or young, big or small, running or walking!

The Mid-Western Cancer Foundation was established by Professor Gupta, Consultant Medical Oncologist and Director of Cancer Services at the Mid-Western Regional Hospital, Limerick.

The aim of the Mid-Western Cancer Foundation is to cooperate with the HSE to assist with the regional Cancer Services in areas such as purchasing of equipment, funding research, and continuing education that is necessary to support our designated National Cancer Centre but along with that the Foundation also helps to create awareness of cancer in the Mid-West region.




The charities aim is to provide holistic care for patients with Cancer and support research in the Mid-West region. If you would like to learn more about the Mid-Western Cancer Foundation you can visit their website 

Registration for the walk costs €10. As it is a Christmas fundraiser, participants are invited to dress in festive gear! So what are you waiting for grab your Santy hat and sign up for this well worthy and fun charity 5k!

All funds raised on the walk will go directly to the Mid-Western Cancer Foundation. The foundation relies immensely on the support of the public and they need your help to raise vital funds!

Full information on the walk can be found on their Facebook page here!
Register for the charity walk right here!

Or donate to the Mid-Western Cancer Foundation at:

 Read more about the Mid-Western Cancer Foundation here!

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