Shine London 2019 - Full Marathon
21 Sep 2019

Kasia and Lloyd's fundraising page for Shine Night Walk 2019

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Kasia Ladds

Total raised


+ £175.30 Gift Aid

324 Complete
324% of £250.00 target

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I’m raising money to help find a cure for cancer

In memory of

Richard Ladds

Thanks for taking the time to visit our fundraising page.

Last year was a tough one for my family as my dad passed away from cancer, which he had suffered with for five years. He was a huge character and I miss him very much, which is why I wanted to walk the Shine Night Walk once again to raise money for Cancer Research UK in his memory.

There has been a lot in the news about cancer treatment on the NHS recently and it's hard not to wonder whether, if research had just been that little bit further along, we may not have had to say goodbye to dad so soon. That's why this cause is so close to my heart, because cancer can affect any of us at any time and that's a scary thought.

If you'd like to donate in his memory, it would be hugely appreciated. Together we can make a difference and help to end people's suffering from cancer of all kinds for good.

Thank you for your support.

Kasia and Lloyd x

Latest updates


Steph Hurry



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Anna Ladds



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Joanne Leach



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Frances Benson-Cooper




Cheryl Sayers



Dear Kasia, I think a lot of you and your family. It is great that you help people by advancing research. Love, cheryl


Holly White



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Richard is missed every single day. Well done Kasia, your dad would be very proud. xx

Total raised£811.20



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