We’re delighted to share these stats from our 24 Reasons to be Cheerful campaign from Christmas 2020. We loved doing it – it was great to see the sheer variety of contributions, and the response, in viewing figures and, of course, in funds raised. The money will go to the three charities that took part … More More Reasons to be Cheerful…
To donate: https://donate.giveasyoulive.com/fundraising/24-reasons-to-be-cheerful To see the calendar: https://create.piktochart.com/output/50971507-24-reasons-to-be-cheerful-advent-calendar-2020 It’s nearly Advent, and with the best will in the world, Christmas will be different this year – for many of us, the big family gatherings will be out, and Zoom catch-ups will replace the hours sitting together watching soppy films or playing Monopoly. It’s worth it, … More 24 Reasons to be Cheerful
These are very strange times. Back in February, when we announced we would have to postpone the 24 Hour Inspire due to industrial action, we could not have imagined that a few weeks later, all University teaching would be ‘virtual’, buildings closed, public gatherings banned, and all of us required to stay at home. All … More Inspiration in Uncertain Times – supporting living, giving and learning
The 24 Hour Inspire 2020 was due to take place on 12-13 March (5 pm to 5 pm) in The Diamond building at the University of Sheffield. However, this date would have conflicted with industrial action by the UCU, which involves teaching, research and many administrative staff. In light of this, and of the dilemma … More 24 Hour Inspire 2020 – news
Thanks to Dom Worrall for the official pics, which are on the event’s Facebook page. Please consider a donation to Weston Park Cancer Charity, either via our fundraising page or here.
We’d all been checking the weather forecasts rather obsessively in the weeks/days leading up to the 2019 101010 – and right up to the day before the BBC was predicting heavy rain overnight on Saturday (after quite a lot of heavy rain during the week), and all through the race day. But we woke to … More Mud, mud, glorious mud!
We’re very pleased to welcome two new trustees on to our Board. Professor Ingunn Holen is Professor of Bone Oncology at the Sheffield Medical School. A lot of her research is funded through Weston Park Cancer Charity, with whom we’ve been working since Inspiration for Life was founded, and her appointment will further strengthen those … More Inspiration for Life news
This year’s Endcliffe Park 10k (6 October 2019) is the tenth event – the first one was held on 10 October 2010, hence the name! Tim’s Team got involved in 2012, after Tim Richardson was diagnosed with terminal cancer, and we’ve fielded a team every year since. This year, we’re dedicating our running, and our … More Tim’s Team 2019 – this one’s for Jo
That’s our mission, at it’s simplest. We can’t do those things ourselves, but we can raise funds to support the organisations that can. That means charities such as Weston Park Cancer Hospital, which not only provide treatment for cancer patients (and support for them and their families) but conduct clinical research which offers hope for … More Fighting cancer, and supporting people with cancer
All of us at Inspiration for Life would like to wish all of you the very best at Christmas, and the very best for 2019. We are a small charity, and everything we’ve achieved – all of the funds raised for Weston Park Cancer Charity, Impact Living, Rotherham Hospice, Teenage Cancer Trust and Snowdon Trust … More Season’s greetings