September 2018

A 'Sweatember' to Remember

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Jen Labelle

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121 Complete
121% of £1,000.00 target

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I'm taking on Sweatember to support Cancer Research UK, in honor of family and friends and in memory of my mom, Rindy.

In memory of

Rindy R Radi

This September, I’m taking on Sweatember, an epic 30-day challenge for Cancer Research UK. Help me raise money to fund life-saving cancer research by sponsoring me.

Unfortunately we've all been affected by cancer in some way. For me, it took my mom this past February and my uncle in his 20's, it's attacked my Dad in three (3!) different forms, my Pepaw kicked its ass in his 70’s, and one of my best friends beat it last year.
I’m gonna kick my own ass with this challenge so that together, we can kick cancer’s ass! So, two things are gonna happen:
1. I pledge to exercise every day this month. The level and form will vary (because who doesn’t love variety?) but I’ll keep you posted on my activity.
2. For every £ donated, I’ll do a burpee. (Oh dear, what have I done!)

If you’ve read this far, you can guess I’m serious about telling cancer to “fuck off” once and for all.

Please consider donating! And watch out on FB and Insta for my updates throughout the month!


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Justin Stone




Victoria Loens



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Great job!





+£5.00 Gift Aid

High five Jen!





+£6.25 Gift Aid

Good on you fabulous lady - happy to high five or woo-hoo with you anytime! xx


Aliya Bokhari



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Jen - so amazing you are doing this in memory of your mom.... I'm so sorry for your loss.
Sending you lots of positive energy from CA!


Medo Fouad



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Jen!!

Total raised£1,215.00



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