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13 - 14 Oct 2018

CASEY'S DONATION PAGE

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Casey Black

Total raised

£45.00

+ £1.25 Gift Aid

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45% of £100.00 target
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I'M RAISING MONEY FOR CANCER RESEARCH WHICH CAN HELP THOSE DEVASTATED BY THE DISEASE BE IT FRIENDS OR LOVED ONES.

In memory of

Joseph McDaid

The majority of folk around the world has been affected by cancer to some degree whether treatable or terminal but the results are always the same; heartache and the fear of losing someone close them which happened to my family on the 11th of January 2002 when I lost a man very dear to me, my grandfather Joseph McDaid. What I'm doing here is minor compared to other things out there but with every little bit that contributes to the research in defeating this terrible disease families will eventually be spared the pain and loss that those had felt in the past. I'm not asking for much just a little of your time to watch and hopefully enjoy what I'm playing and if you feel up to it? Donate! :D

Latest updates

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Ian Jess

2018-10-14T06:55:33+00:00

£5.00

+£1.25 Gift Aid
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Dean Millen

2018-10-13T17:27:49+00:00

£20.00

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Mark Cosgrove

2018-10-12T21:25:13+00:00

£20.00

Total raised£45.00

Online£45.00

Offline£0.00

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Stand Up to Cancer: LIFE-SAVING RESEARCH

100% of the money you raise goes towards speeding up life-saving research. Every day, scientists and researchers work tirelessly to beat cancer. But lab researchers will not get us there alone. Every penny raised helps speed up breakthroughs in the lab, transforming them into new tests and treatments for patients who need them. The research you fund will help us see 3 in 4 people in the UK survive their cancer by 2034.