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Yvonne Goh

Total raised


+ £0.00 Gift Aid

141 Complete
141% of £300.00 target

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Hello kind souls, here is a little intro from our end:

** The PEOPLE **
[Jaysze] - Currently doing her PhD in Cancer Research, Imperial College
[YueYang] - Also currently doing her PhD in Cancer Research, Imperial College
[Yvonne] - Works in Financial Services and is actively involved in Diversity & Inclusion and CSR initiatives

In summary, we are 3 Asian girls wanting to create a positive impact to the world - one penny at a time! (Money is all that matters for Asians anyway...) ;)

** The IDEA **
Over the past years, we have individually been involved in various volunteering activities. This time round, we are determined to do something different for a change.

Since we love cooking, baking and most of all meal prepping (clearly says how much we live by the motto "Live to eat"), we came up with a fundraising idea that is interesting yet beneficial for us and YOU!

In aid of our fundraising campaign for Cancer Research UK, we are here to offer packed home cooked lunch options to working professionals and students in London.

** The BENEFIT **
- Home cooked lunch options ranging from Asian to Western (slightly healthier since its home cooked after all)
- All profits from the fundraising will go to Cancer Research UK (you can audit us if you want)
- You get food, at the same time contributing to a good cause! What more can you ask for!

Full belly AND a happy heart.

So, stay tuned for more updates - our Instagram page is coming live soon!

Thanks xx

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Yvonne Goh




Yvonne Goh



Well done ladies - we did it!

"Full Belly, Happy Heart"

Total raised£424.74



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