Getting involved with World Cancer Research Fund's vital cancer prevention work is easy - whether you raise money by taking on a challenge like a marathon or long-distance cycle ride, conduct research or raise awareness, you can become part of our team in so many different ways.
To give you some ideas, we have pulled together stories from people like you who have done amazing things to help us put an end to preventable cancer.
Read on to be inspired!
Children at Brimington Manor Infant and Nursery School near Chesterfield in Derbyshire raised an incredible £2,080 by taking part in a sponsored skipRead more
After recovering from breast cancer, mother-of-three Ros raised more than £18,500 by spending a day at her office without her wig.Read more
Single mother Clair ran the London Marathon in 2014 for World Cancer Research Fund UK after losing both her parents to cancer in the space of two years.Read more
Melissa and her brother Sean raised an incredible £721 by doing a skydive to mark the anniversary of their grandmother's death.Read more
Since 2002, former primary school teacher and current round-the-world cyclist Will has raised thousands of pounds for us.Read more
Dr Marc Gunter’s research into body metabolism and the development of colorectal cancer is funded by World Cancer Research Fund.Read more
Inspired by the death of a close friend from bowel cancer, Ian embraced the healthy living message and spoke at our recent supporter event at the House of Commons.Read more
Barbara has left a gift to World Cancer Research Fund UK in her will and spoke at a supporter event at the House of Commons.Read more
After going through treatment for breast cancer, Ruth decided to include a gift for World Cancer Research Fund in her will.Read more
Prof Jackson is chair of World Cancer Research Fund’s Continuous Update Project panel.Read more