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It happened! Despite the troubles of 2020, hundreds of people took on thousands of miles together for people with blood cancer during Walking Together 2020.

Thank you so much if you took part.

2020 was quite the year for Walking Together. While everyone takes a well-earned kip after their walks, we’ve totted up the grand totals. And we cannot stress enough how gloriously overwhelmed we are with these numbers – we’re so proud of our Walking Together community!


People with blood cancer needed supporters more than ever this year to take on a wonderful walk and raise lifesaving funds. The world is very stop/start but for those in need of a stem cell transplant to save their life, it’s all systems go. And people really stepped up to help!

With the support our incredible walkers, we’ve been able to continue to give people with blood cancer a second chance of life. Five people a day start their search for a matching stem cell donor, and a pandemic isn’t going to stop us doing all we can to save more lives. We’re in this together.

We’ll be Walking Together again in September 2021 for Blood Cancer Awareness Month. Will you be there?

Register your interest now so you don’t miss out!

Take a look below for more details about Walking Together…

Walking Together community

People all over the country took on lifesaving walks. This map shows the community of amazing people who walked their way in Blood Cancer Awareness Month.