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Emily's Giving Page

Shine London 2019 - Full Marathon
21 Sep 2019

Emily's Giving Page

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Emily Madder-Smith

Total raised

£437.00

+ £93.00 Gift Aid

145 Complete
145% of £300.00 target

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I'm walking at Shine Night Walk in the fight to beat cancer

As some of you may know, my Mum was diagnosed with ovarian cancer when I was 18 months old. After many procedures my Mum got the all clear.

Donations go towards research. But most importantly towards the ability to diagnose patients earlier. Specially with ovarian cancer it is often not diagnosed until the cancer has spread.

I am doing this with my lovely colleague Astrid, who is walking in memory of her Father. We are doing this to raise awareness and help these amazing charities that not just support the patients through the recovery process but also through their last few days.

Any donations are hugely appreciated.

Latest updates

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Alberta Matin

2019-09-26T13:06:35+00:00

£10.00

+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done! Xx

G

Gabriella Maskell

2019-09-21T19:48:31+00:00

£5.00

Don’t fall over x

C

Charley

2019-09-21T14:23:30+00:00

£10.00

Good luck Emily x

M

Michaela Liebman

2019-09-21T12:40:25+00:00

£10.00

+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Em! You're gonna smash it 😘

P

Peter Madder-Smith

2019-09-21T09:46:33+00:00

£50.00

Hope this donation works . Good luck tonight . Don't rush , pace yourself comfortably . Lots of vaseline on your feet . Love you .

J

Jack Gardiner

2019-09-20T16:45:05+00:00

£5.00

+£1.25 Gift Aid

GOOD LUCK EM-ZOD

Total raised£437.00

Online£437.00

Offline£0.00

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Cause

Ovarian cancer

Ovarian cancer is the fifth most common cancer in UK women, with more than 130 women every week told that they have the disease. It is often not diagnosed until it has spread, making it harder to treat. Help Cancer Research UK find new ways to detect ovarian cancer earlier and find better treatments.