Blue Square Marketing
22 Jul 2019

Heather's Fundraising - Blue Square Norfolk Hike 2019

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Heather Ellinas

Total raised


+ £96.25 Gift Aid

860 Complete
860% of £100.00 target

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In memory of

My Grandad

This year on the 9th May, my Bapou (my Grandad) passed away from a sickening disease – Cancer. Bapou, I miss you every single day and I will never forget the memories I have had with you. I hate cancer. THIS IS FOR YOU.

On the 22nd June I will be taking part in a hike in order to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

With a decade’s experience helping some of the world’s biggest brands, we, Blue Square Marketing, are an industry-leading field and experiential marketing agency that accelerate brand performance.

This year our staff have chosen to support Cancer Research UK. Thanks to research, cancer survival has doubled in the last 40 years, with 1 in 2 now beating their disease. But there is still so much to do. Today around 910 people will be diagnosed with cancer and half of them sadly will not survive their disease. With our help, Cancer Research UK can pursue their ambition to accelerate progress and see three-quarters of people surviving cancer within the next 20 years. Thank you for your support.

Latest updates


Yia Yia (Nan)



+£5.00 Gift Aid




+£5.00 Gift Aid

Nida Kaveckaite



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Charlotte Davidge




Karen Ellinas



+£18.75 Gift Aid

Heather - I'm so proud of you!
Good luck to you and the whole team.
Mum xxx


Bethany Pearse



Good luck Heather!! :) xx

Total raised£860.00



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