The Robin Cancer Trust
The Robin Cancer Trust is the UK’s germ cell cancer community and was founded in 2012 after the tragic and untimely death of Robin Freeman, aged just 24.
Our mission is to stop young adults dying from testicular and ovarian cancers – we do this through raising awareness with our life-saving cancer campaigns and engaging young adults with our digital education programmes. We have reached millions of young people online through our social media campaigns as well as hundreds of thousands of people at events with our awareness information and also tens of thousands of students with our life saving educational talks. Our vision is to reach every young person in the UK with our life-saving cancer campaigns by 2024.
We ask that you pay a £50 deposit to confirm your commitment to taking part, and fundraise a minimum of £350. We look forward to seeing you take part in this unforgettable experience.”