Virgin Money London Marathon 2018
22 Apr 2018

Freddie's Giving Page

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Freddie Rand

Total raised


+ £1,197.80 Gift Aid

134 Complete
134% of £5,000.00 target

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To make a difference and to beat this horrible disease!

In memory of

Chris & Fiona Rand

Cancer is happening right now, which is why I’m raising money right now for Cancer Research UK. There’s no time to lose!

As most of you are aware in January 2017 I lost my amazing mum to cancer having already lost my dad 11 years ago to the same disease. I want to make a difference so no child/young adult has to go through what my sister & I have been through. So this April 22nd I will be running the Virgin Money London Marathon having been accepted by Cancer Research to run on their behalf! I have set myself a target of £5000 to raise before/after the race so all your donations will help massively! I have already raised £1000 with the help of Tom Theobald and Sam Baldwin whilst completing the Three Peaks Challenge so only £4000 to go!

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The Archer




Chris Athanasiou



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Well done Freddie! What an amazing achievement!!! Hope our early morning fruit has helped!! From all at Tony’s East Finchley👍👏👏👏


Liz Sowden



Well done Freddie! Such an amazing achievement and heard you got an incredible time. Your parents would both be so proud of you. xxx


Catherine Eggleton



Hello. I'm Becca's friend. She told me about your fundraising and I wanted it to go to a good cause. Well done









+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Freddie - really inspirational to see everything you’ve been doing xx

Total raised£6,711.20



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