Sugar Free February
February 2020

Claire takes on Sugar Free February

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Claire Carmichael

Total raised


+ £12.50 Gift Aid

105 Complete
105% of £100.00 target

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I'm giving up sugar this February for Cancer Research UK, please support me.

Thank you for visiting my fundraising page. This February, I will be ditching the sweet stuff and giving up sugar for the whole month to raise money for Cancer Research UK. I never ever go a whole day without sugar so to do it for 29 days is going to be extremely difficult for me but its painless compared to what someone who suffers with cancer goes through. This year cancer has hit my family and my cousin Lesley-Ann has been fighting cancer for the last 6 months. I've got to see how horrible it is physically and mentally, the effects this horrible disease has had on her but I've also watched her amazing strength and faith grow as well. Treatments are vital so every penny makes a huge difference to cancer research. I want to raise anything I can for her. Please show your support with a donation to my page.. Much love claire xx

Latest updates


Julie Gillespie



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Wow !!! Uv done fab .... one more week and u can treat urself to the biggest chocolate bun u can find , itl b well deserved , I eat choc EVERY day 🤭


Susie Baxter



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done!! Think of the chocolatey rewards come March 😍💪😁


Michelle Greer




Jean Toal




Audrey Graham



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Marian Mcconkey



Love what your doing claire and im very proud of you especially doing without sugar ouchhhh i feel your pain lol xx

Total raised£105.00



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