How To Get Involved
There are a number of ways you can get involved with LARF Cornwall, to help us achieve our goals of improving treatment and facilities for young people suffering from cancer and leukaemia in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. So far the money that has been raised has helped pay towards improving wards and their facilities as well as being able to pay for various members of staff according to the changing needs in the service over the years that LARF has been operational.
If you simply want to donate money you can click on the button to the right or head to our ‘donate’ page. For ideas about how you can raise money for LARF Cornwall and a contact form to let us know what you’re planning, visit our ‘raise money’ page.
Yes, that’s right, Zafiros bar is hosting another I’m a Celebrity-style Bushtucker Trial on Thursday 1 March, from 7pm.
The money raised will be split between LARF and Walk the Walk against breast cancer.
How it works is that a bunch of brave (foolish) contestants are presented with soemthing unapetising to eat, and the crowd donates after each round, to keep their favourite contestants in for the next round. read more…
A brave young lady named Emily Putnam has decided to do two wonderful things to support children and young people with cancer.
Firstly, she’s having a hair cut, and donating around 15 inches of her beautiful long hair to the Little Princess Trust, to be used to make wigs for children who have lost their hair due to cancer treatment.
Every year the lovely people at King Harry Ferry choose an annual charity to support, raising money for this cause throughout the year, taking donations from their passengers. Foot and cycle passengers are able to travel for free on the ferry, which runs across the Carrick Roads, midway between Truro and Falmouth. However, pedestrians are asked to make a donation, to the ferry’s annual charity.
For 2017, LARF was the King Harry Ferry charity, and at the end of February, the owners presented us with a checque for £3,700! We were delighted to go aboard and receive the cheque. read more…