MGF Events

I'm Louise, I work at O2 in Runcorn full time and work voluntary for The Mark Gorry Foundation.I lead on fundraising for The Mark Gorry Foundation. This involves working with the team to plan & organising fundraising events. I also am the contact for people wanting to put on a fundraising event for us or a sponsored challenge.

So if you are thinking about doing anything and need any advice please get in touch with me. I would love to hear what you are doing and see what help we can give to you.

I also go out and about contacting people and networking to encourage others to support The Mark Gorry Foundation also, this includes businesses and individuals. Read More.

I love the fact that aswell as having supporters with us since day 1 of launch, that we have new supporters too - some have never met Mark, but they heard his story and about our aims and wanted to get involved and help.

Thank you for your support and if you want my help in any way please get in touch with me at louchalloner@themarkgorryfoundation.co.uk

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MGF Events

Walk for Awareness 2012

For the past two years, an ever growing group of local men, led by Freddie Moran, have walked 29.2 gruelling miles from Widnes to Southport in memory of their friend Mark Gorry, who passed away from Testicular Cancer aged 24, in 2009.
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Grow A Beard For Gorry

For the 3rd year running men out there are getting hairy in memory of Mark Gorry. Each November men have not been shaving for the full month to raise awareness of The Mark Gorry Foundation
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This Morning

On the 1st November our awareness lead Mike Bignall headed to London to This Mornings studios at ITV to join a testicular cancer awareness day.
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Mount Kilimanjaro

We were totally delighted when our friend Ann Parker told us she wanted to climb Mount Kili in September in aid of The Mark Gorry Foundation. Ann did her climb between the 2nd and 16th September.
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Cheeky Ladies

On Saturday 22nd October 2011 we went to Richmond, Surrey to meet The Cheeky Ladies Rugby Club. We are delighted that the Cheeky ladies team have picked us as their chosen charity for the 2011/2012 season.
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Manchester Pride

Saturday 22nd August we loaded up the car with 'giant testicles' and headed to Manchester to take part in the gay pride parade. We are the 1st testicular cancer entry that has been in the parade, and it was double celebrations too as it was the parades 21st birthday!
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Walk for Awareness 2011

For the past two years, an ever growing group of local men, led by Freddie Moran, have walked 29.2 gruelling miles from Widnes to Southport in memory of their friend Mark Gorry, who passed away from Testicular Cancer aged 24, in 2009.
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The Dream

Bank Holiday Monday 30th May, over 100 scooter guys from local scooter clubs did a drive from 'The Dream' in St Helens to The Albion in Widnes for a family fun day.
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The Mayor of Halton

In spring this year we were overwhelmed to hear that we have been chosen by the Mayor Of Halton as one of his chosen charities along with Halton Haven & The British Legion.
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London To Paris

60 people from Ventura & O2 are taking on the London to Paris Cycling Challenge. Although Mark was employed by O2, he spent a great amount of time at Ventura especially during the launch of a new system.
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The Mark Gorry Foundation is administered by Liverpool Charity and Voluntary Services (LCVS) a registered charity and a company by guarantee registered in England.
Charity Number: 223485
Company Number: 181759

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