London Luton Airport announces Macmillan Cancer Support as their 2018 charity partner

London Luton Airport has announced Macmillan Cancer Support as their new charity partner. The charity partnership will see London Luton Airport employees from all over the airport raise funds for the charity, such as the annual runway run. Chika Austin, community relations executive at LLA, said, “Supporting the local community is important to everyone at LLA and through our partnership with Macmillan we all hope to make a difference to more people in the Bedfordshire area. “The charity partnership is just one of many ways we make a positive impact locally. The Get Into Airports apprenticeship scheme and our Community Trust Fund also help support young people, local businesses and charitable organizations.” Macmillan hopes the new charity partnership will raise over £80,000 over the next 2 years. Rich Quaife, corporate partnerships manager at Macmillan Cancer Support, commented, “The number of people with cancer is rising rapidly and by 2030 more than 39,200 people in the Bedfordshire area will be affected. “We are seeing more and more demand for financial support, and our partnership with LLA will enable us to support more people and families in the local area. “We would like to thank everyone who voted for us and look forward to working with LLA to reach our fundraising target.”

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