Walk All Over Cancer
March 2018

Jade Walks All Over Cancer

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Jade Hynes

Total raised


+ £121.25 Gift Aid

167 Complete
167% of £310.00 target

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I'm walking all over Cancer this March by taking 10,000 steps or more per day to aid research.

My mother in law is currently going through her second bout of chemotherapy to treat Myeloma having been in remission for the last few years. The advancement in treatments even over the last few years hopefully means that she will again be able to beat it into remission. This advancement would not be possible without the money that is raised through events like this and the need for funds to carry on with research inspired me to join in.
I'm going to be walking 10,000 steps or more (that's around four miles) each day for the whole of March and would really appreciate any donation, however small. I'm hoping to raise £310 so £1 for every 1000 steps.
I'm doing it not only for my mother in law but for those mums at the school gates who have had or are having their own battles, an old school friend who has recently whooped breast cancer's arse, my grandpa Tom who had throat cancer and my aunty Olive who passed away after battling a brain tumour.
This is for all of you xxx

Latest updates


Corrie Strickland



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done, Jade, fantastic effort! X


Guy Latchford



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Jade...great effort!





+£6.25 Gift Aid

Well done Jadey! xx


Vicki Burkitt



Well done Jade !


Elaine Foster



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Well done! Now put your feet up with a cuppa and an Easter egg x


Emily Carpenter



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Great job Jade! Xx

Total raised£520.00



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