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Tea Mastelic

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3% of £300.00 target

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Be the change you wish to see in the World! Giving a new opportunity to live!

In memory of

many souls

* We all need a reason to live. Nothing can replace a heart that is on its peace, a soul at ease and a mind that knows it gave all it could. We are all here shortly, so in the period of time when we are born to the moment we die, we should do something good out of as many moments we can, to leave this place a better place for our children and generations to come. Beating cancer is a personal fight for me - it took too many dear souls of mine. It left many eyes filled with tears, lots of pain and many fears as a consequence. This is one of the ways I would like to honour many people suffering from this hell, as well as those who have lost the fight. I am inviting all people reading to join, or at least to make their own contribution of any form. At the end of the day, we all are in the same shoes. Let's help something that could potentially help us.


Thanks for visiting my fundraising page. This February I’m ditching the sweet stuff and giving up sugar for a whole month to raise money for Cancer Research UK and helping to beat cancer sooner. Help me conquer my cravings by sponsoring me. Donating through this page is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with Cancer Research UK.

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Silvija Kelemen



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