London - Finsbury Park 5k 2018
29 Sep 2018

Amyjo's Race for Life

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Amyjo Lambe

Total raised


+ £47.50 Gift Aid

145 Complete
145% of £200.00 target

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I'm taking part in the race for life to kick cancer in the butt!

In memory of

Sylvia, Grace and Tracey

Cancer is happening right now and 1 in 2 of us will be diagnosed with it so I am running the race for life to help beat cancers butt, by raising money towards research for groundbreaking treatments.
In honour of the matriarch of my family Sylvia Kelly and her daughter my aunt Grace Kelly (coolest name ever) they both lost their lives prematurely to that bastard of a disease. I am so very proud of how my family and friends have faced cancer head on and coped with the loss of loved ones with such strength.
Ultimately I don't want to see anymore people suffer from this so please dig deep guys and sponsor me to attempt to run this 5k and donate to hopefully find the cure quicker.
To my friend who faced it with her mum and got her through the dark days but unfortunately lost her I am so proud of the mum you have become.
Guys every little helps thanks in advance for your kind donations.

Latest updates


Sarah Desmond



Sorry it’s late!! But well done AJ you smashed it ❤️ They would be so proud x


Stephen Kelly



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done cuz xx

From Stephen Kelly and Lisa


Natasha Parker




Steven Parmenter



I’m really proud of u so is everyone I know ure do well love Steve and Bert x


Siobhan Daly



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done xx





+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck AJ. I know you'll smash it for all

Total raised£290.00



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