Courtney's, Jackie's & Jessica's Race for Life!!
+ £63.75 Gift Aid
Newcastle Pretty Muddy 5k 2019
Sat 13 Jul 2019 - Sat 13 Jul 2019
We are taking on a Race for Life Pretty Muddy to raise money to beat cancer sooner, please donate and help save lives.
My mum, Jessica and I are taking part in a 5k Pretty Muddy race for life on Saturday 13th July. We are doing this for many personal reasons some of you may know more about this now, however the main one is of course Cancer is a horrible illness which has effected everyone we know in one way or another, and its about time we took a stand, and get a cure. If we can raise... £50 it could buy 100 Petri dishes to help study cancer cells. £200 could fund a cancer chat nurse for one day, to help cancer suffers and families on really bad days. £500 could fund a clinical research bursary for up to a week & help find ways to beat cancer. £1500 could pay for one day of research into optimising treatments like radiotherapy, to reduce its side effects on people needing treatment. If you would like to sponsor the 3 of us, please get in touch with myself or Jackie so we can add you to our sponsor form or simply donate on this page!! We arent setting a target amount because every penny helps, and together we can help to find a cure for cancer!!! In a situation where you are unable to do anything, we must least try to do something. Thank you in advance from the three of us for any donations are that made.
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