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We will announce the dates of the Mouth Cancer 10 KM Awareness Walk 2024 and Mouth Cancer 10 KM Awareness Walk from Home early next year. Keep a look out for further details on our websites and social media channels.

If you are collecting money to support the Mouth Cancer Foundation this year, please send it to us by 31st December 2023. There is still plenty of time to fundraise. Donate Here

Thank you very much!


The Mouth Cancer Walk is designed to increase awareness of mouth cancer, celebrate survivorship, create an opportunity to meet friends, remember lost dear ones, and also have a fun time!

The Mouth Cancer 10 KM Awareness walk in 2023 will be bigger and better than ever as more people will easily be able to take part. We are excited to see all the different 10KM routes and photos from all around the UK.


We hope participants will be able to gain sponsorship for their walk from family, friends and colleagues to raise funds for the Mouth Cancer Foundation; however, this is not essential as the aim is simply to raise awareness.


There will be great prizes for the top fundraisers so start campaigning for sponsorship early! See the Prizes section for further information.


We have partnered with Just Giving so that you can create your own online web page for free, which will allow you to collect sponsorship easily and efficiently. The money you raise is paid directly to the Mouth Cancer Foundation along with Gift Aid.

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Online Donations​

You can donate directly to the Mouth Cancer Foundation online at  Just Giving.

Sponsorship Form - Paperbased Fundraising!

Download our free Sponsorship Form (PDF) to collect sponsorship from your friends, family and colleagues. You will need a PDF Reader to open the document; if you don't already have the software, get the free Adobe PDF Reader.

Donations by Cheque (Don't forget Gift Aid - see below)

Make cheques payable to: Mouth Cancer Foundation

Postal address: Mouth Cancer Foundation, Larchfield Loft, 2 Larchfield Close, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 9DD

Gift Aid - making your money go further

Using Gift Aid means that for every £1 you give, we'll receive an extra 25p from the Government, helping your donation go further. Download and print this Gift Aid declaration form (PDF).

Fundraising Tips

Participation in the Mouth Cancer 10 KM Awareness Walk is about physical exercise, fun and fundraising. And, whilst there is no minimum sponsorship requirement to participate in the event, there also is no maximum. The Sky really is the limit!


At the very beginning we recommend that you set yourself a target of how much you are hoping to raise in sponsorship as this can help you to focus on your fundraising efforts. By following the steps below, you may even find yourself exceeding your fundraising target!


  • Think about who you could ask to help you in your fundraising activities and decide when best to set about enlisting their support.


  • Make a list of potential sponsors - include relatives, friends, neighbours, sports and social club members, school / college friends, colleagues, business contacts etc - and decide when to approach them.


  • Ask your company for support. Many companies will match the amount you raise - it can give them good publicity and it's a tax benefit too.


  • Keep accurate records for yourself and your chosen beneficiary. Record all money received on your sponsorship form, together with details of who made the donation and when.


  • And don't forget before you start fundraising to ask whether your chosen beneficiary is eligible to receive tax relief on sponsorship donations as this can really boost the amount raised.


  • By being original and planning ahead, fundraising can be really rewarding and enjoyable!


Walk Prizes for Highest Fundraisers 2023

This year we will be giving the top three highest fundraisers £100 vouchers courtesy of our sponsors.

1st Place:  £100.00 voucher sponsored by AS Saliva Orthana.

2nd Place: £100.00 voucher sponsored by Irwin Mitchell.

3rd Place: £100.00 voucher sponsored by Henry Schein.

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