Take on the challenge on Saturday the 24th of June 2023 for a 19 mile fundraiser walk with like minded supporters starting from University College London Hospital (UCLH) main entrance on Euston Road at 9am to London Road Cemetery and help to raise funds to support teenagers (16-19) diagnosed with cancer or any terminal illness. There would be 5 starting points and you are able to join at any of theses points, with different joining times all highlighted in the route planner. If you are unable to participate in the walk you can still support us by donating (Donating Details)
How we'll support you
Sign up directly with us below and Pay a registration fee of just £25, raise a minimum of £150 in sponsorship and be a part of the event.
Held five seminars on cancer awareness and building positive mental health at three local schools (Parmiters secondary school, Dame Alice Owens secondary school and Bowmansgreen primary school). .
Supplied the oncology ward at Barnet Hospital with overnight toilet bags for in patients including costa vouchers for comfort beverages and snacks.
Been officially selected by the University of Kent cricket team as one of the charities they will support with KDM getting a share of their fundraising.
Distributed packs of afternoon tea to in patients and staff at the Teenage cancer ward of the university college London hospital and the Macmillan cancer centre London as a treat and also as a way of saying thanks for caring for Kene and to mark the one-year anniversary of Kene’s passing .
St. Peters Church in London-Colney have named its Church hall “The Kene Madueke Hall” in honour of Kene and his servitude at Church where he not only worshiped but carried out other roles culminating in becoming a sound technician. Such a beautiful gesture to a young man who devoted his time to not only worshiping but serving God.
A fantastic tribute to Kene and his foundation was done by the Watford Observer.
Please click on this link for more details: https://www.watfordobserver.co.uk/news/20245033.touching-tribute-kene-madueke-17-died-rare-cancer/
We launched the Kene Daniel Madueke Foundation on the 23rd of June 2022, by walking 18km from his Secondary school Parmiters to London road cemetery where he was laid to rest. It was a hugely successful event as we were able to raise over £9000 for the charity with fantastic school and community participation towards the event..
The KDM Charity walk is helping to raise funds to support teenagers (16-19) diagnosed with cancer or any terminal illness