Total raised £1.25 million

Finding a cure for Triple Negative Breast Cancer

Sarah Greene Tribute Fund for Breast Cancer Now presents

Rhone Cycle Randonnée Challenge 2019

The Rhone valley is one of the most defining features of the economic, social and cultural shape of France. These three stages illustrate all of these aspects beautifully. From the numerous, world-famous vineyards to the rice-fields and salt ‘pans’ of the Camargue region ; from Roman ruins to contemporary colourful graffiti and mural art, and with signs pointing us along the Via Rhona and the Route Touristique des Cotes du Rhone, we are spoilt for distraction from the cycling itself.

About the charity

Sarah lost her life to triple negative breast cancer, one of the most aggressive types of the disease. Triple negative breast cancer is a form of the disease which has limited treatment options because it cannot be treated using targeted therapies available for other types of breast cancer.

We urgently need to find new ways to treat triple negative breast cancer to improve the chances of survival for people with this form of the disease.

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Donate Today

You can make a difference. Every penny you give helps us fight Triple Negative Breast Cancer. We have raised £1.25 million to date!

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Corporate Sponsors

We are also so grateful for the continued support of our other sponsorship partners VW Commercial Vehicles and Banjo Cycles.

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Fund raising

Riders can now set up their own fundraising pages Send a cheque to Sarah Greene Breakthrough Tribute Fund Make a donation via on line banking Make your donation worth more with Gift Aid Your contribution makes a difference and SAVE LIVES!

The Dire Straits Experience

See the Dire Straits Experience featuring former Dire Straits member Chris White.

May to June 2018 at venues across the UK.

Supporting the Sarah Greene Tribute Fund for Breast Cancer Now.

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About Triple Negative Breast Cancer

11,000 women are diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer every year. This aggressive form of breast cancer currently has no established treatments using targeted therapies available for other types of breast cancer. Understanding the causes of, and developing better treatments for, triple negative breast cancer is vital if more women are to survive the disease.

BreastCancerNow believes that, if they can continue with their work, in 10 years’ time some types of breast cancer will no longer be life threatening. With our help, they established a Research Unit at King’s College London to focus on triple negative breast cancer. With your help, their scientists are working to ensure women need no longer fear a diagnosis of this aggressive type of breast cancer.

Who we are

A small group of Sarah’s friends and family established the SGBTF in 2007 after Sarah’s death.

The team includes Sarah’s husband Peter and sister Alice along with Simon Halden, Hen Wheatman, Freddie Barker and Gordon Montgomery. The team work on a pro bono basis and no fees our charged for our time.
We are responsible for overseeing the organisation of all our events and we administer the distribution of all funds raised in aid of the SGBTF with help and advice from the BreastCancerNow team including Professor Paul Ellis who heads our unit at Kings.

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