SaltDNA go the extra mile for Friends of the Cancer Centre
On Sunday 5th May 2019, SaltDNA's team members put their trainers on for the Belfast City Marathon relay in aid of Friends of the Cancer centre.
Friends of the Cancer Centre, based at the heart of the Cancer Centre at Belfast City Hospital, is one of the leading cancer charities in Northern Ireland working to support cancer patients and their families through key projects in the areas of clinical care, patient comforts, and research. The charity funds life-saving and life-changing projects that make a real and lasting difference to the lives of thousands of local people affected by cancer and in the last year alone, Friends of the Cancer Centre has put £1.2million back into local cancer services.
Andrew Cunningham, Engineer at SaltDNA said 'We are training hard in the run up to this exciting event. This a great day out for our staff whilst raising money for a fantastic charity. Any donations are greatly appreciated!'
The relay team participating in marathon are Joe Boyle, John Bailie, Nicole Allen, Andrew Cunningham and Emmet McPoland.
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