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Williams Fund is the chosen charity of Room54 and raises money for research into Childhood Cancers. It was formed in the memory of four years and nine months old William Dodd who amazed everyone at how he coped with an aggressive and unknown type of cancer.
Since William died on 12th December 2000, the charity, established in February 2001, has raised significant monies for childhood cancer research and thanks to their efforts two researchers have been employed at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.
For more information please click here for Williams Fund.

To sponsor us please go to our Just Giving Page

Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity and make sure Gift Aid is reclaimed on every eligible donation by a UK taxpayer. So it’s the most efficient way to donate - We raise more, whilst saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

Thank you to all the messages of support we have received.

This is to wish you the very best of cycling over in the humid Far East.  William's Fund sounds a really worthwhile charity.
Best Wishes,  Ran

Sir Ranulph Fiennes   

Well done to Jan and the team for supporting William’s fund in this amazing challenge inspired by an amazing young boy.  As a parent myself knowing that his legacy has inspired you guys and the funds raised will support vital research for other young children makes me proud to support the Vietnam to Cambodia challenge.  Have a great time and ride like the wind or something like that!  The question I am left with though is how do we book you as a speaker to tell us about your experience??? 
Tim Campbell

I think this is a fantastic effort and I wish you all every success in raising huge amounts of money for William’s Fund. It is easy to put one’s hand in one’s pocket to give money, but it is one hundred times harder to go out there and actually raise the money by facing such a tremendous challenge. I hope you don’t face too many hardships along the way.
Sir Clive Woodward

Wishing you lots of love and luck!
Karren Brady


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