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March 2020

Emma's Woof All Over Cancer Fundraising Page

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Emma Congdon

Total raised

£210.00

+ £43.75 Gift Aid

105 Complete
105% of £200.00 target
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Socks and I are taking on Woof All Over Cancer this March to raise money for life-saving cancer research!

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page. This March I'm letting socks take the lead on beating cancer and walking every single day of the month to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Cancer Research UK are the only charity fighting over 200 types of cancer and receive no government funding for their work. Every step taken towards beating cancer relies on every pound donated. Please show your support by sponsoring me.

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Sophie Maxwell

2020-03-31T20:45:52+00:00

£10.00

Well Done Emma & Socks ♥️
Great Effort xx

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Emma Congdon

2020-03-31T17:37:52+00:00

So day 31 complete, it was quite a month of walks, getting earlier and earlier everyday to practice good social distancing, but we made it. Thanks to all our donations

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Emma Congdon

2020-03-12T22:44:02+00:00

Day 12, still very chilly and windy at the beach, but a prettier evening

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Emma Congdon

2020-03-11T18:49:12+00:00

A chilled evening stroll by the beach again, lovely to unwind on day 11

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Emma Congdon

2020-03-11T18:46:08+00:00

Day 10 was a struggle, but all steps are done

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Emma Congdon

2020-03-09T18:40:38+00:00

Day 9 was wet and windy again, very soggy walk

Total raised£210.00

Online£210.00

Offline£0.00

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