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Childhood cancer research

Our Research Projects

It is our primary aim to fund the most promising new childhood cancer research ideas in the North West. As a result of our funding researchers are able to obtain preliminary results to back up their ideas, which they can then use to secure large-scale funding from the big cancer research charities and pharmaceutical companies. Each year, […]

10 Sep 2018
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go gold

Supporters ‘Go Gold’ for research

Trafford Park-based property development firm, the P J Livesey Group, ‘go gold’ this month in support of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Raising funds for Friends of Rosie, colleagues at the firm are hosting a series of events to raise money and awareness. From a ‘Goose that Laid the Golden egg’ competition, to ‘Guess the Name […]

13 Sep 2019
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Childhood cancer research

Check out our new research section

Being clear and transparent about how we spend money donated to Friends of Rosie is core to how we operate. That’s why we’ve created a brand new research section on our website. Our aim is to fund the most promising new childhood cancer research ideas. Our mission is for the projects we fund to secure […]

03 Sep 2019
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childhood cancer awareness month

Go Gold for Childhood Cancer Awareness

September is the internationally recognised month for childhood cancer awareness. And gold is the official colour for childhood cancer. This month, we’re joining forces with a whole host of other children’s cancer charities, community groups, families and supporters to help raise awareness of the need for more research into the causes, diagnosis and treatment of […]

03 Sep 2019
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AMRC membership

Friends of Rosie joins AMRC

We are delighted to announce that the Friends of Rosie Children’s Cancer Research Fund is now a member of the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC). The AMRC is the UK’s national membership organisation for health and medical research charities. It brings together and supports health and medical charities to produce high-quality research. With so […]

24 Jul 2019