Join Us in Supporting Maggie's Charity: RTC North Takes on the Great North Run

05th Sep 2023

RTC North and our dedicated staff are on a mission to make a significant impact on the lives of those affected by cancer. In an inspiring display of determination, our team will be taking on the challenge of the Great North Run this Sunday, all in aid of the incredible Maggie's Centres.

Maggie's Centres provide invaluable support to individuals and their families facing the challenges of cancer. With a daily cost of £2,400 to run Maggie's Newcastle, every contribution matters. Earlier this year, the RTC North team, along with our CEO, successfully completed the grueling National Three Peaks Challenge – conquering Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike, and Mount Snowdon in under 24 hours.

RTC North is not stopping there. This Sunday, our team is gearing up for the Great North Run, a half marathon that promises to be a test of both physical endurance and determination. Their goal is to raise crucial funds for Maggie's Centres and get one step closer to their fundraising target.

Back in June, RTC staff united for the National Three Peaks Challenge, all to support the incredible cause of Maggie's Centres. The progress made since then is nothing short of phenomenal. We are excited to announce that we are extremley close to achieving our fundraising goal for this fantastic charity!

But we couldn't have come this far without your amazing support. We want to extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone who has contributed so far, your generosity has been the driving force behind our success.

As we approach the final stretch of our fundraising efforts, we would greatly appreciate any additional support to help us reach our goal. Every donation, no matter the size, brings us closer to making a difference in the lives of those who rely on Maggie's Centres.

To find out more about how you can contribute and support RTC North's fundraising efforts, please visit our dedicated Greath North Run page:

Join us in this remarkable journey, and together, we can make a significant impact on the lives of those who need it most. 

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