: Default Admin User
Feb 12, 2014
Luke’s younger brother Jake has FSGS, a very rare life-threatening kidney condition that currently has no cure. Kidney Research UK is working hard to find a cure and here at RTS International, we want to support Jake and his family to raise as much money as possible to help fund this vital research.
Most of the team here at RTS will be completing the 100-mile cycle from our Head Office in Kettering to the NIHR Hammersmith Hospital in London, which specialises in the treatment of kidney-related conditions. It is also the base for one of the UK’s leading kidney experts, who has kindly agreed to look in to Jake’s condition.
In addition to Luke and his colleagues here at RTS, we are opening the cycle ride up to anyone wishing to take part - please get involved and help us raise our £1000 target!
If you would like to participate please click here to download the entry form and return this to firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively by post to Luke Woofenden, RTS International, Unit 2 Constellation Park, Orion Way, Kettering NN15 6NL.
If you are unable to take part in the ride itself, you can still pledge your support and donate via the Kidney Research UK website.
Please help us promote this event by telling anybody who may wish to take part or donate. Thank you so much for your support.