We are walking to kick cancers butt
March 2020

Carla's Woof All Over Cancer Fundraising Page

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Carla Blagrove

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We're taking on Woof All Over Cancer this March to raise money for life-saving cancer research!

In memory of

My Sister Rebecca, My Dad and My Auntie Julie and those affected by this awful disease!!

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page. This March I'm letting my dog take the lead on beating cancer and walking every single day of the month to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

As many of you know cancer has affected my family in such a massive way, it’s something very personal to us and I want to help kick cancers butt!! Thanks to this amazing charity and the work they put in to their research the survival rate for many cancers have risen and over the years thanks to cancer research families haven’t had to face the same pain we face everyday it’s such a worthwhile cause so please help even if it’s a penny as every amount helps!

Cancer Research UK are the only charity fighting over 200 types of cancer and receive no government funding for their work. Every step taken towards beating cancer relies on every pound donated. Please show your support by sponsoring me.

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Please help and sponsor Me and Bella as we will be walking 10,000 steps a day to kick cancers butt! Every little helps 😘

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