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The Flightline Business Travel Management Ladies – Taking part in the Race for Life

26th June 2014

Flightline Travel Management is delighted that some ladies of our team are participating in the Race for Life Cancer Research UK, in Oxford on 13th July 2014. Events like Race for Life are vital in funding Cancer Research UK’s life-saving work into preventing, diagnosing and treating cancer. By sponsoring the Flightline Ladies, you can help and create a force that cancer can’t ignore.

Please sponsor our travel management ladies online by clicking  – it’s quick, easy and for a very good cause.

Flightline Travel Management ladies

Giving hope to a cancer-free future!

Surviving Cancer Experience: “2 years clear now but still so important to raise money for Cancer Research UK. They receive NO Government funding, so I want to do all I can to help with such an important cause and this year, my work colleagues are helping out!” (Janet Lewis, Senior Travel Management Consultant & Race for Life participant)

Supporting family members & friends: “Cancer has played a bigger part in my life the last few months than ever before. Now it’s my turn to give something back to Cancer Research UK. Let’s fight off the Big C!” (Kirsty Newton, Senior Travel Management Consultant & Race for Life participant)

Giving the chance to beat cancer: “My Mum was so brave during her fight for cancer, and now it’s time to give every sufferer that chance to fight!” (Debbie White, Operations Director & participant)

What is Race for Life?

Race for Life is the UK’s biggest women-only fundraising event to fight against cancer. There are 200 different types of cancer and to beat all of them there is still a lot of research needed. Race for Life started in 1994. Over the last 19 years, six million participants have raised over £493 million. This is more money than any other UK event series has raised to fund cancer research. All participants share a common goal: to raise money for Cancer Research UK work.

More about Cancer Research UK…


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