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Blue Day 2017

 

Blue Day 2017 will be held on Friday 5th May.

 

 

It's all about the people of Portsmouth coming together to have a day of fun whilst supporting our local charity. This will be the 11th Blue Day and the first since we smashed our £1 million target!

 

Blue Day celebrates the city and Portsmouth Football Club. Whether you are a Pompey fan or not; get involved, go blue and raise funds! Every penny goes straight to the Tom Prince Cancer Trust. 

 

Our fundraising started in 2004 and it was Blue Day 2016 that took us to our £1million target! We may have achieved our target but we are continuing to fundraise as the people of Portsmouth continue to support us, and because we feel so passionately about the cause and want to help other families. We are also currently researching the best option for where and how to donate the money - with some exciting options in front of us!

 

Blue Day has been so well supported over the years and as per usual, we would like the whole city to get involved; schools, businesses and individuals too. The basic idea is to have a dress in blue day at your school or work and to donate money to the Trust. However, we really encourage people to organise their own fundraising activity or event to boost the amount raised - and we have seen all sorts of weird and wonderful fundraisers over the years!

 

Blue Day is run in conjunction with Portsmouth Football Club and The News. Last year around 80 schools and businesses took part in the big day! Please help us turn the city blue and raise funds for a great local cause! 

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Welcome to the Tom Prince Cancer Trust website
Thank you for your interest in our charity!

 

Our Portsmouth based charity was established in 2004 in the memory of 15 year old Tom Prince. The aim of the trust is to raise funds for research into the child and teenage bone cancer Osteosarcoma. This family run charity has received great support from friends and the local community. We are continuously fundraising at a local level but also need to expand to a wider audience to increase awareness and support for this rare cancer.

 

We are so incredibly pleased to say that we reached our fundraising target of £1million in 2016! We may have achieved our target but we are continuing to fundraise as the people of Portsmouth continue to support us, and because we feel so passionately about the cause and want to help other families. We are also currently researching the best option for where and how to donate the money - with some exciting options in front of us!

 

We hope that by visiting this site and seeing what we are all about, you are inspired to get involved! Thank you.