Get fit, have fun and raise money to support those affected by pseudomyxoma peritonei (PMP) and appendix cancer.
Dog Jog is a series of 5k untimed jogs staged within scenic settings throughout the UK from July to October 2018 - all you need to do is find the one closest to you!
As part of the Pseudomyxoma Survivor team, you'll receive one of our t-shirts (as long as we have your size in stock!). In return, we as you to pledge to raise £120.
Each of the events in the series offers a relaxed and fun atmosphere with no times and no pressure. Plus what’s more, when you cross the finish line you’ll receive a fantastic Doggy Bag jam-packed with goodies for both you and your four-legged friend, as well as Dog Jog Collar Keyring medal!
Nothing will motivate you more than fundraising for a cause you really care about (and we hope that means us!), so what are you waiting for?
Come and be a part of it! ALL dogs are welcome.
About Pseudomyxoma Survivor
Pseudomyxoma Survivor is a non-profit organization, run by patients and caregivers. We have a thriving support community providing emotional support to anyone whose life has been touched by pseudomyxoma peritonei (PMP) as well as appendix cancer and other peritoneal surface malignancies. As these diseases are so rare is so rare, having a global presence gives the community a scale where it is able to offer genuine support and advice around the clock – both emotional and practical. Patients, caregivers and families have joined together to create an online ‘family’.
As a non-profit organisation, we’re completely dependent on voluntary donations. We’re too small to have offices or staff; the charity is run entirely by volunteers. Our patron is Sean Hepburn Ferrer. Sean’s mother, Audrey Hepburn, passed away shortly after being diagnosed with PMP. Sean also has a special interest in rare diseases more generally and is Rare Disease Day Ambassador for Eurordis and NORD.
Our patron is Sean Hepburn Ferrer. Sean’s mother, Audrey Hepburn, passed away shortly after being diagnosed with PMP. Sean also has a special interest in rare diseases more generally and is Rare Disease Day Ambassador for Eurordis and NORD, the European and North American rare disease organisations.
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