23 Sep 2017

Jenna George - Fundraising

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Jenna George

Total raised


+ £85.51 Gift Aid

132 Complete
132% of £350.00 target

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Helping to work towards seeing the day they find a cure!

Every two minutes someone is diagnosed with cancer. It's a scary fact and what's scarier still is that it can happen to anyone, from new born babies to a big, butch, burly men - cancer does not discriminate.

We've all been affected by cancer one way or another, so on the 23rd September, in loving memory of the family and friends we have lost, me and my beauties will be joining over 16,000 people in the fight against cancer. We will be walking across London - 26miles to be precise and are aiming to do it in ~9hours. We have been training hard and would really appreciate your support in the form a donation.

No one knows what is around the corner, so let's act now to make sure when we're faced with cancer, be it a husband/wife, son/daughter, bestie or someone from work, we have done everything we can to help give them a positive outcome.

Latest updates


Richard Peters



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done George


Thank you for my cash donations



+£13.75 Gift Aid

Professor Mikey MacMillan



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Jenna ????????????????

Now where's the page we donate for you taking on disco for us?





+£3.00 Gift Aid

Helen & Phill farrow



Well done Jenna all that training in spain paid off !! ha ha


Shaggy Sneddon



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Total raised£462.01



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