Jemma's Dry January mission

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Jemma Jenkins

Total raised


+ £25.75 Gift Aid

224 Complete
224% of £100.00 target

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2017 will be the year of the fundraising; first stop-Dry Athlete! Please support me.

In memory of

all those who have fought or still fighting this horrrendous disease

Well well well, who knew I could fundraise?! Have increased my target (doubled it!) to £200 because people have been so kind! So those who know me know I love a good tipple and I can't drink in moderation at the best of time, however 2017 I have to curb it for several reasons... 1)I want a focus to help lose weight and what better way than fundraising for charity. I'm a bride to be and want to lose weight for my big day and alcohol is the only reason I ever fail as one night out turns into 2 days of bad eating! 2) I've recently gone on to a medication which is liver debilitating to help my arthritis so I shouldn't drink anyway! 3) I want to set myself goals and missions this year, kind of like a New Years resolution but resolutions I have to stick too!
Anyway I'm waffling, please help me by donating just whatever you can, this is not going to be easy for me I'm sure it will be worthwhile.

Latest updates


Jemma Jones



Thank you Mike C, Lizzie D (L!) Jane B, Liz P, Joan J, Keri P, Lorraine C xx


Jemma Jones



Thankyou Sarah S, Lindsay A, Sarah P, Val W-H, Julie J, Becs T, Alison F, Mandy W, Sam P, Carolyn G, a Emma R, Ollie P, Sadie H, Diane J, Kerry G xxx


Shirley Featherstone



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Jemma x


Claire Wier



+£2.50 Gift Aid

This should get you to target Jem xxx


Laura Jew




Samantha Howard



+£0.75 Gift Aid

Total raised£224.00



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