How I made a difference at work
- 'Selfles' trend raises Â£8m. Lander, Edward // Third Sector;4/1/2014, Issue 792, p5
The article reports on the donations of more than eight million British pounds that were received by charity Cancer Research UK from the #nonmakeupselfie trend.
- Cancer Research UK rebrands. Pudelek, Jenna // Third Sector;8/21/2012, Issue 719, p5
The article reports on the plan of Cancer Research UK to refresh its brand in an effort to boost fundraising.
- Angelic devils run for charity. // Vital (17417503);Fall2012, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p9
The article offers information on a charity run by Running Dental Devils, a group of 11 British nurses, on July 7, 2012, in London, England for the Cancer Research UK, a cancer research and awareness charity in the Great Britain.
- Cancer Research UK fights to 'beat cancer sooner' in marketing campaign. Vizard, Sarah // Marketing Week (Online Edition);12/20/2013, p2
The article reports on the launch by Cancer Research UK of a marketing campaign in 2013 to prove relevance of research.
- Annual health check. // Design Week;10/7/2010, Vol. 25 Issue 40, p4
The article reports on the collaborative efforts of NB Studio and photographer Spike Watson for the 2009/2010 annual report and accounts of Cancer Research UK.
- Endurance run for cancer. // Charities Management;2010, Issue 74, p22
The article reports that business change manager at MMA Insurance, Paul Ali has raised over 1,000 pounds for the company Cancer Research UK, by completing the 145 mile long non-stop endurance Grand Union Canal Race in England.
- Catch the sun. // PRWeek (London);3/30/2012, p4
The article focuses on Cancer Research UK's hunt for an agency it can work with to introduce its SunSmart campaign, which will make use of social media to reach the youth.
- Viral fights 'beer bellies.'. // PRWeek (London);5/7/2010, p8
The article focuses on the launch of the Active Fat integrated viral campaign by Cancer Research UK, Diabetes UK and the British Heart Foundation in 2010, to raise awareness of the dangers of carrying excess weight.
- Tesco partners with CRUK. Wiggins, Kaye // Third Sector;1/17/2012, Issue 690, p6
The article reports that British retailer Tesco has chosen Cancer Research UK as its charity of the year for 2012, a partnership that the charity hopes will raise more than 10 million British pounds.