Game Changer Challenge
February 2020

Charlotte takes on the Game Changer Challenge

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Charlotte Clarke

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I'm taking on the Game Changer Challenge for Cancer Research UK, please support me.

This February, I will be taking on a gaming challenge to help raise money for Cancer Research UK. Every penny makes a huge difference to vital cancer research so please help me taking my fundraising the next level and show your support with a donation to my page.

I am a staff nurse and I have met countless people with cancer and know family and friends who have suffered and in some cases have passed away.
I know how stressful life can be with work and I can empathise how even more stressful life can be with cancer. With my hectic job one way I love to relax and distress is by playing video games. One game series in particular that holds a special place in my heart is The legend of Zelda series, to other people it might just be a silly bunch of games, but during my dark days and whilst studying as a student I played one of my all time favourite game Ocarina of Time, I’ve loved this game since I was 5 years old and to me it still holds up today. So I'm looking to do a live stream of the game I haven't got a date yet but I will let you know when.

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