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Organise a party. Conquer the Everest. Dye your hair pink. Run 5K. Run a marathon. Shave your head. Bake a cake. Teach Zumba. Sell t-shirts. Celebrate your birthday. Sleep rough. Organise a dinner party. Give up Christmas gifts. Hold a garage sale. Do whatever you want.

 

Our supporters have done some pretty amazing things to raise money for free transport. What will you do?

 
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Every journey begins with a single step. But what happens next? It is down to you. Starting a campaign is easy.

 

 
 

STEP 1

Watch this movie and decide to help.

It only takes a few minutes to set up a campaign. Pick a name. Choose a photo. And just like that, you’ll be ready to start raising money to help children with cancer in Myanmar (Burma) get to hospital to receive the treatment they need. Transporting a child like Myo, for a whole year, costs £198. 

 
 
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STEP 2

Spread the word about your fundraiser and ask your friends to give.

Once your campaign is set up, tell everyone about it. The more people you tell, the quicker you’ll reach your goal. Then sit back and watch the donations to help people in need roll in. 

 
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STEP 3

See where your money goes and who it helps.

After your campaign is over, we’ll send what you raise directly to the projects we support. We’ll keep track of where it goes. Then, we’ll report back to you with info about the actual people your money helped.

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Why transport?

 
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Transport changes everything.

Every year, hundreds of children with cancer in Myanmar miss the treatment they need to survive because their families can't afford the average 12-hour trip to the hospital. What is more, most families don't earn enough money to pay for one single journey.

About our work.

Since 2015, Please Take Me There is helping children with cancer to get to hospital and have a life of hope, dignity and opportunity. We raise money for transport projects helping patients and their families with the cost of transport to and from the hospital.