Pretty Muddy Cardiff 5k 2017
9 Sep 2017

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Jemini's fundraising page

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Jemini Patel

Total raised


+ £15.00 Gift Aid

20 Complete
20% of £300.00 target

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To raise as much as possible and to be able to comeplete the race :)

'Cancer' the one word we all wish we never have to hear. Late last year I found out someone very close to my heart was diagnosed with cancer, within moments it felt like the world around me had shattered. It came to light just how heartbreaking hearing that one word can be. But moments like this is where unity, love and a whole load of positivity is all you need.

For those of you who know me I definitely am not one to be running a muddy race, however, I have decided to run this not only for this special person but for those who I have lost, those who are currently battling, and for anyone who may have to face Cancer in the future.

I hope to be able to raise as much as I can to support Cancer Research to allow them to continue finding cures to Cancer and to be able to continue providing those families and individuals with the support required in helping their loved ones Kick Cancers butt.

So please help me in raising money for Cancer Research as every little helps!

I hope you can all join me and come watch me probably break a few nails on 9th September, 11:30am at Bute Park! Looking forward to seeing you :)

Thank you

Latest updates


Rohan and Aaryav



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Keep your mouth closed, all those worms in the mud :) Good luck mami xxx





+£2.50 Gift Aid

Great cause! Good luck meri dost x

Total raised£60.00



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