Callum's fundraising page

2017 Brighton Marathon
9 Apr 2017

Callum's fundraising page

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Callum Alexander

Total raised


+ £231.50 Gift Aid

117 Complete
117% of £1,000.00 target

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It's time to beat cancer once and for all

Hi guys
I have decided to run the Brighton marathon in aid of cancer research this year, just like all of you i have had loved ones taken away from me and seen what devastating effects this horrible illness has had on friends, family and loved ones. I have also seen loved ones fight and beat cancer and am pushing for us to one day beat it once and for all so everyone can get through this.
I only have two months to train for the marathon and would really appreciate any support you can all give me and any donations you can give to help beat cancer and bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.
Cancer is happening right now so please donate what you can, every little bit will help so please help me raise money to beat cancer.

I love you all and thank you for for all your support and donations
If any donations are given to me in cash I will donate straight in for you.
Let's do this! ?⚡️

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Latest updates


Linda Ainsworth



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Callum


Matt Ireland



Matt Ireland ?


Grandma and Grandad, Mum and Mary



From grandma and grandad, mum and Mary :) xxx


Rosie Ward



+£3.75 Gift Aid

Sian Clark



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Well done Callum! you're awesome! ?? ???? x


Mary Scales



Well done my boy you must be crazy ??

Total raised£1,179.63



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