London - Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Pretty Muddy Kids 2019
27 Jul 2019

Inaaya's Race for Life

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Inaaya Akhtar

(page managed by Sam Akhtar)

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+ £120.00 Gift Aid


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I'm taking on a Race for Life Pretty Muddy to raise money to beat cancer

We are a group of friends in year 3 and year 5 at William Torbitt Primary School in Newbury Park who are extremely excited to take part in the race for life pretty muddy to show love and support for our friend. At the delicate age of 6, she was diagnosed with leaukemia. She showed a tremendous amount of courage and resilience in her journey with cancer. Thanks to Cancer Research UK and the groundbreaking work that they do, she received treatment and is now back at school. Our friend has got her lovely smile back. Please donate to our page and help Cancer Research find more cures and bring about more smiles 😊

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Qassim Akhtar



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good work keep it up,
Anayaa' beta,


Javeed Akhtar



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Jabran Khan



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Well done for such valiant effort. Lots of Love . Uncle Jabran


Indra Paul



+£1.25 Gift Aid

We are wishing all Children and Adults taking part in this Charity event good luck and May God Almighty's Blessing be upon you all for contributing .


Asma Javeed



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good Luck Inaaya! Enjoy the surroundings and the excitement and you’ll do great! :) lots of love from Popo Saika, Asma, Aunty Sajda and Naani Ama. X


Yasser Akhtar



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Well done princess.

Total raised£635.00



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