Sugar Free February
February 2020

Ali & Ryley

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Alison Bassett

Total raised


+ £20.00 Gift Aid

180 Complete
180% of £50.00 target

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I'm giving up sugar this February for Cancer Research UK, please support me.

Thanks for taking the time to visit my fundraising Please help us to raise money for Cancer Research by going sugar free for February!

I would like to raise money for cancer research for my own personal ongoing journey and others going through the same as me!
Ryley is joining me to give up sugar for February, to include no cakes, biscuits, chocolate, sweets and desserts. I am a very proud Mum that he has decided to join me, as for me alone giving up the sweet treats will be a challenge but also will be a great health benefit for us both.
Most foods contain sugar in but we have decided to keep it simple!
Please donate a £1 or a little more to help us raise a few quid for the researchers, without them a lot of us wouldn’t be here to tell the tale……..

Latest updates


Julia Cosgrove



Well done Ali & proud of you both.
Good on you raising money for a cause that is so relatable to most families nowadays. Bring on a cure x


Leisa Turnbull



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done guys 💗💙


Rick Hough



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done guys


Valerie Mewett



+£5.00 Gift Aid

I have lost sisters and a brother to this
awful illness. Would love to see it eradicated !!!


Alan and Hilz



+£5.00 Gift Aid

But think of all those yummy Easter eggs to make up for the lack of sugar...🍭🍩🍕


Raylene Barnes



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done guys xx

Total raised£90.00



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