1 Feb 2021

Charlotte's Marathon Month Challenge Fundraising Page

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Charlotte Potter

Total raised


+ £149.05 Gift Aid

153 Complete
153% of £500.00 target

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I'm running a marathon in a month for Cancer Research UK.

Thank you for visiting my Marathon Month Challenge page. I will be running 26.2 miles in February for Cancer Research UK.

Cancer is a disease known all too well within my family, and i'd do anything to turn back time and get those family members back. If i can do the smallest thing to help save a life that would mean the world.

Given the current times, COVID-19 has placed a huge strain on charities like Cancer Research, which in turn threatens to severely impact their cancer research and make their ambition of improving cancer survival to 3 in 4 by 2034 more difficult.

Some facts:

- There are around 367,000 new cancer cases in the UK every year, that's around 1,000 every day.

- Every two minutes someone in the UK is diagnosed with cancer.

- There are around 165,000 cancer deaths in the UK every year, that's around 450 every day

- Cancer accounts for more than a quarter (28%) of all deaths in the UK

Thank you for donating in advance :)

Lots of love,
Charlotte xxxx

Latest updates


Jordan Hayward




Alice Gee



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Rae Janssen



Great job and great cause babe ❤


Nicole Bello



+£5.00 Gift Aid
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Charlotte Potter


Last Charity run part 2/ cool down

Strava activityRun0.41km2.67m
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Charlotte Potter


Last charity run! B

Strava activityRun3.77km25.72m
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Total raised£766.20



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