Campaigns & activities Moveit4smiles Bla Bheinn 2021 This weekend, Moveit4smiles took on one of the most magnificent mountains in Britain - Bla Bheinn. Bla Bheinn is said to be one of the most spectacular hikes on the Isle of Skye, if not all of Scotland! It will be an 8km (5 mile) walk with an ascent of 990m. This mammoth task had been taken on in the name of Mouth Cancer Action and to raise awareness of the importance of British children having the HPV vaccine. To warm up for the big climb, there was also a walk around the ruined coastal villages of Boreraig and Suisnish. The team enjoyed some spectacular views of the Red Hills, Rum and a large part of the mainland North-West Highlands. This challenge was to help raise awareness and money for Mouth Cancer Action. Support the team and donate to Mouth Cancer Action All donations will go towards helping reduce these numbers by making more people aware of the causes, signs and symptoms of mouth cancer so cases can be both prevented and caught early of enough for effective intervention. Your donation will go directly towards putting oral health information into the places that they are needed such as local pharmacies and doctor’s practices where those who are most at risk are most likely to see it and be influenced by it. Donations will also help us improve uptake of the HPV vaccination - which could protect around 800,000 people every year. Please select a donation amount (required) £10 Allows us to provide information on the major signs and symptoms of mouth cancer to those most at risk of the disease, such as smoking, alcohol and HPV. £20 Will go a long way to ensure we can continue to campaign for mouth cancer action. We must reduce the number of lives lost to the disease - awareness and early diagnosis is key and your donation can help us achieve this. £50 Allows us to go out and visit somebody who has been diagnosed with mouth cancer. It is important for those diagnosed with mouth cancer that their voices are heard. Being able to have face-to-face contact offers them support and a chance to open up about their experiences. Quite often, those affected by mouth cancer have a determination to raise awareness of the disease so that it causes less harm to others and we want to help them achieve this. £100 Lets us campaign for HPV awareness and improve people's understanding of the HPV vaccination. HPV remains a common cause of mouth cancer so vaccinations are vital. £250 Provides direct advice, support and reassurance to 25 people looking for mouth cancer information. £500 Helps us produce videos, podcasts and other digital content to raise awareness of mouth cancer to audiences all over the world. In 2021, our mouth cancer videos have been watched by more than 250,000 people. Other Donate Booking for this event has now closed.