You can help us to persuade Cancer Research UK to finally recognise Jim Cowan as the creator of the Race for Life.
Use one or more of the following ideas to expose the lies and share the facts:
- Like, share, follow, tweet and retweet.
Make social media do the leg work. When you see a post or a tweet from us, like it and share it to help us get the facts out there.
- Tell friends and family about the Race 4 Truth.
Word of mouth, whether online, by phone, or face to face is still the most effective way to share news about a campaign.
- Comment on (or tweet to) Cancer Research UK’s and Race for Life’s Facebook, Twitter, and other social media.
Direct interaction will force a quicker response and puts them in a position where they have to choose between more lies or admitting to the truth.
- Tell the media about the Race 4 Truth campaign.
Whether local or national, whether printed, online, radio, or television, Cancer Research UK are far more likely to correct the wrongs of the past if there is a media spotlight on them. Write, email, or engage via social media to get journalists informed.
- Write to or email Cancer Research UK.
Demand answers as to their history of falsifying the creation of the Race for Life and ask why they are not telling the truth, why they do not give Jim Cowan due credit?
Cancer Research UK Chief Executive:
Write to him at: Sir Harpal S Kumar, Chief Executive Officer, Cancer Research UK, Angel Building, 407 St John Street, London EC1V 4AD.
Email him at: email@example.com
Cancer Research UK National Events Manager:
Write to her at: Annette Quarry, National Events Manager, Cancer Research UK, Angel Building, 407 St John Street, London EC1V 4AD.
Email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Withdraw your support from Cancer Research UK.
Nothing will get results faster than hitting them in the pocket. Don’t enter the Race for Life, don’t take part in their other events, don’t donate, don’t play their lottery, don’t leave them anything in your will…..don’t support them.
But do continue to support research into cancer by switching your support to other charities: