Pretty Muddy Swansea 5k 2017
22 Jul 2017

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Caitlin's fundraising page

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Caitlin David

Total raised


+ £15.00 Gift Aid

50 Complete
50% of £200.00 target

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Help those who have helped me

I have fortunately been pretty sheltered from cancer throughout my life, my family have mostly been very lucky. But nearly every person I value has lost someone to cancer, and I can only imagine how heartbreaking that must be. Despite this I've seen my friends, family friends and boyfriend bravely carry on and amazingly always pick me up when I'm down and encourage me to be strong. I'm running to help those who have always helped me. Cancer affects everyone, directly or indirectly, though not as personal to me as others I can still see the pain it brings to other people I care about. As a student paramedic and as a care assistant in my old job I saw cancer often and the devastating effect it has on someone and their family. I thank the people who have felt this struggle and still make sure every day that I'm okay and that I'm happy. I am very lucky to have people who are so unselfish in my life, but here's my chance to try and help. Sponser me for both the people who suffer with cancer and the people who have lost someone to cancer, help someone who helps you everyday.
Thank you ❤

Latest updates





It's cheating if you use any of your paramedical wizardry on each other's injuries


Nathanial Ryan



So proud of you! Such a thoughtful thing!





+£12.50 Gift Aid

Well done Caits! I will give you an extra £20 if you jump into the sea afterwards! Xxxxxxx?


Ruth Clark



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Total raised£100.00



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