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Fosse BBC will be holding a networking evening to raise awareness for the Rik Basra Leukaemia campaign.
The evening will be hosted by Fosse BBC in support of the charity of choice of the High Sheriff of Leicester, at The City Rooms, at 5.30pm on Wednesday March 29.
This is a free event and everyone is welcome as long as they email email@example.com ahead of the event to inform them of their attendance.
We are so excited to be helping organise a canapé and drinks event to raise funds and awareness for the Samaritans at The Boot Room on Wednesday March 8th.
The evening will also be a great opportunity to network with Leicester businesses, meet the Samaritans’ teams and find out more about volunteering. Tickets are £10 and if you stay on for an à la carte meal you will get 25 per cent off.
To book your ticket please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Fosse’s Co-President, Ranjit Thaliwal, is hosting an evening of fund-raising for The Samaritans at The City Rooms this April.
The evening will include an auction, entertainment and delicious food. Tickets are £6, to book please contact Reena@thaliwalsolicitors.co.uk or 0116 274 5252.
Fosse will be hosting its annual Christmas Ball at The City Rooms on Friday November 20th, in association with Leicestershire Law Society. To book a table please contact email@example.com
On Saturday September 26th we are going to be walking for 10 miles to raise money for the Rik Basra Leukaemia Campaign.
Your sponsorship would mean a great deal to us and help us to raise money for this great cause. You can sponsor us HERE
Every 20 minutes in the UK someone finds out they have blood cancer; so on Monday 21st September at The City Rooms in Leicester we are working with The Rik Basra Campaign in association with Anthony Nolan to help potentially save these peoples lives…
One common myth is that to donate bone marrow you have to have stem cells painfully extracted, thankfully this absolutely isn’t the case.
To join the register all you need to do is spare 15 minutes to provide a saliva sample, and then in the 1 in 250,000 chance you are a match for someone who needs a life saving stem cell transplant, this is usually done via a process which is pretty much the same as giving blood.
So, how can you help save a life in just 15 minutes?
On Monday 21st September Fosse BBC is running a recruitment drive for the Anthony Nolan register as part of the ‘Pass It On Leicester’ campaign, organised by the Rik Basra Leukaemia Campaign
We are asking anyone who is between the age of 16-30 to come along to The City Rooms, in Leicester City Centre between 8am – 2.30pm for just 15 minutes to sign up to the Anthony Nolan register.
Please share this event as widely as possible with anyone or any organisation that you think might be able to raise the attendance on the day. Even if you aren’t in the age group that can register, please still share to help us raise awareness.
It’s a numbers game and the more people we can get signed up to the register the more lives we can save.
Fosse is encouraging anyone under the age of 30 to come and sign up to be potential bone marrow donors when it hosts a Rik Basra Leukaemia stem cell registration drive this September
On Monday September 21 we will be at The City Rooms, in Leicester city centre, where we hope to sign up 200 under-31s to the Anthony Nolan register, as part of Cancer Awareness month.
Every 20 minutes someone in the UK is diagnosed with Leukaemia and Rik Basra’s month of collection drives across Leicester is aiming to get more people signed up as potential bone marrow transplants for those afflicted with the illness.
Ranjit Thaliwal, Fosse club president, said: “Popping in and giving a swab will only take 10 minutes but could save a life one day. If you give spit and are later matched with someone you can donate to, it is as simple as giving a blood transfusion. Fosse is very proud to support Rik’s fantastic work.”
The drive will run from 7.30am until 2.30pm on Monday September 21.
This year Fosse Business Breakfast Club is raising money to support Cauda Equina Syndrome Charity UK.
To raise money for this, on Saturday 27th September 2014, the club’s members will be doing a ten mile charity walk in the countryside.
If you want to walk with us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. To donate money please go to our Just Giving page here.