Walk All Over Cancer
March 2018

I Am Walking All Over Cancer

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Emillie Edwards

Total raised


+ £125.00 Gift Aid

206 Complete
206% of £250.00 target

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To support others that have cancer and to raise awareness at school.

We have decided to take part in walk all over cancer to support our lovely friend Syd who has recently been diagnosed with a malignant germ cell tumour. Syd is only 9 years old and hasn't been able to come to school or see her friends for the past few weeks whilst she's been having lots of tests. Syd will be having chemotherapy and we will miss her terribly whilst she is in hospital. Me and my friends will be working really hard to walk 10,000 steps per day throughout March to raise as much money as possible to help people like Syd. We will be spending our lunch hour walking around the school field every day and we will be trying really hard to make sure we all hit the 10,000.
Please support us, no matter how big or small your contribution, every penny makes a difference.

Love Emillie & Friends x

Latest updates


Gill Finnigan



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Emillie, Chloe & team. What a fantastic achievement. Lots of love from Gill, James & Joseph xxx


Paula Edwards



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Pushing you over the £5k!
Super proud of you all and everything you have achieved so far. xxx


Mike Stannard



+£6.25 Gift Aid




+£5.00 Gift Aid

What a wonderful gesture and idea. Well done, and I hope you make lots of money on behalf of your school friend.
From Uncle Vince.


Mark Spreckley



Well done Emillie, I am very proud of you.
Love Uncle Mark xx





+£3.75 Gift Aid

Go, Emillie, you little superstar! Love Wilsey, Rich and Baxter x

Total raised£515.00



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