Race for Life
3 Jun 2018

Amy’s Race for Life

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Amy Mcfarlane

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3% of £150.00 target

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I'm taking part in Race for Life to raise money to beat cancer

Thanks for taking the time to visit my fundraising page.
I’m not really sure where to start!
Cancer has played a part in everybodys life, even if its not directly affected you but in some way or another you’ve heard of or known somebody who has been affected by it.
One of my close friends was diagnosed with cancer quite a few years back and around the same time my grandma. It was a lot to take in and it was scary how before that point I had only heard of other people who had been affected by it. Now people that I was close with had it and it really put things into perpective for me. Thankfully, my friend and my grandma recovered from it which is always the best news!
Then last year, my mum was diagnosed with Breast cancer. It was the most scariest of times for her and I was terrified of losing her to such an awful disease. She had treatment straight away and after a couple of months of radiotherapy she was told that she was in remission! I can’t begin to tell you how lucky and grateful I am that it wasn’t so much worse! My mum’s a fighter like everybody else who has been diagnosed with any cancer.
So I want to do the race for life for my mum, the lady who inspires me and my hero! So if you can, please donate to join the fight in finding a cure!

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Hope you do well Amy, lots of love from Grandma and Grandad xxxxxx

Total raised£5.00



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