William's Fund is a fundraising organisation raising money for Childhood Cancer Research in Oxford. It was established in 2000 as a home run organisation. Most of the monies raised to date has come from local residents, businesses and the community

William was only 2 years old when he was diagnosed with cancer, it was given various names, but his parents never found out the exact type of cancer William had. He was a brave boy, but sadly died at the age of 4yrs 9 months, leaving William’s Fund as his legacy.

Childhood cancers behave in very different way to adult cancers; they respond differently to treatment and can be unpredictable in both positive and negative ways. Dr Helen Townley, BSc, PhD is the William Dodd Foundation Research Fellow working on new and innovative therapies for childhood cancers.  

William’s Fund has so far raised over £870,000 for Childhood cancer research and has set itself a target to reach the magic £1 million by 2020! 

Find out more about William’s Fund on their website www.williamsfund.co.uk or Facebook page www.facebook.com/WilliamsFund

If you would like more information about the work that Williams Fund does please do get in touch.

Tel: 01865 743 444

Email: [email protected]

You can also support Williams Fund by making a donation today. Just click below and please make sure you write 'Williams Fund' in the text box when prompted.

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