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CRTforSU2C16

SU2C staff fundraising 2016
10 Aug 2016

CRTforSU2C16

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Rebecca Webb

Total raised

£1,716.50

+ £355.13 Gift Aid

114 Complete
114% of £1,500.00 target

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CRT are raising money for Stand Up To Cancer 2016!

Devastatingly, 1 in 2 people will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. But this is the critical moment for cancer research. Advances in science have put cures within our grasp.
So there’s no time to waste. Please support me and Stand Up To Cancer by giving generously. You’ll be funding translational research; clinical trials focused on finding new treatments as quickly as possible.

Latest updates

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Sheila McLoughlin

2016-11-03T19:12:42+00:00

£95.00

+£23.75 Gift Aid
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EMILY POYSER

2016-11-03T12:03:21+00:00

£26.00

Prisoners Donations from Cambridge £26

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EMILY POYSER

2016-11-02T10:40:03+00:00

£22.00

+£5.50 Gift Aid

#19 Manicure by Hollie - Emily Poyser-Beezley - £22

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Keith Blundy

2016-11-02T08:47:52+00:00

£90.00

+£22.50 Gift Aid
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katherine ewings

2016-10-31T12:17:37+00:00

£35.00

+£8.75 Gift Aid

#15 Lessons by Jo

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Martyn Bottomley

2016-10-31T10:07:33+00:00

£20.00

+£5.00 Gift Aid

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Total raised£1,716.50

Online£1,716.50

Offline£0.00

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All donations made to this page will automatically be transferred to Cancer Research UK.

Cause

Stand Up to Cancer: LIFE-SAVING RESEARCH

100% of the money you raise goes towards speeding up life-saving research. Every day, scientists and researchers work tirelessly to beat cancer. But lab researchers will not get us there alone. Every penny raised helps speed up breakthroughs in the lab, transforming them into new tests and treatments for patients who need them. The research you fund will help us see 3 in 4 people in the UK survive their cancer by 2034.