Shine Night Walk - Full Marathon
23 Sep 2017

Chris & Claire's Fundraising Page

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Chris And Claire Holland

Total raised


+ £180.80 Gift Aid

178 Complete
178% of £500.00 target

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Raising money for research into kidney cancer

Chris and Claire are walking a full marathon in London on 23 September 2017 to raise money for kidney cancer research.

It has been a tough couple of years for our family due to kidney cancer and we would really like to take the opportunity to support kidney cancer research.

In 2013 Chris's dad, Tom, was diagnosed with kidney cancer; he underwent surgery to remove one of his kidneys and is now participating in clinical trials.

In 2016 shortly after having our third child, Claire was diagnosed with kidney cancer; Claire underwent surgery to remove part of one of her kidneys.

Thanks to the amazing treatments available both Tom and Claire are survivors of cancer.

The support people have given to cancer research in the past cannot be underestimated: cancer research saves lives. It is for this reason we ask you to support us - please share this fundraising page and if you are able to, please make a donation to help us raise as much as possible for kidney cancer research to help save more lives.

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Offline donation


Arin Andrewd



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done guys


Pam Thatcher



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Claire & Chris. No doubt you'll be aching in places you didn't know you had tomorrow but all for a very good cause. Well done. Xx


Claire Jeffries



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Natalie Wilson



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Good luck! X


Leann Cowland



Goodluck, you'll smash it! Xx

Total raised£893.20



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