Sugar Free February
February 2020

Kelly takes on Sugar Free February

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Kelly Powell

Total raised


+ £66.25 Gift Aid

118 Complete
118% of £250.00 target

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I'm giving up sugar this February for Cancer Research UK, please support me.

In memory of

My Bampi and my Nana Powell

Thank you for visiting my fundraising page. This February, I will be ditching the sweet stuff and giving up sugar for the whole month to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
I’ve raised money in the past for Cancer Research UK through Race for Life, but those of you that know me well, will know that this will be a real challenge for me as I love my biscuits and sweets! 🍬🍪🍭🍫 there isn’t a day when I don’t indulge my sweet tooth.
So for 29 days (it’s a leap year this year) I will not be eating any of my favourite snacks or knowingly eating anything containing sugar. Apologies now if the lack of sweet stuff drastically affects my usually ‘sweet nature’! 😀
Seriously though, cancer touches all of our lives - 2 of my grandparents have died of cancer, including my dad’s mother when I was a few months old - so unfortunately I never got to know her. I also have close friends who have lost loved ones far too soon.
Every penny raised makes a huge difference to vital cancer research so please help me conquer my cravings and show your support with a donation to my page.

Latest updates





+£38.75 Gift Aid

Claire Ager



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Kelly, I couldn’t do it! X


Charlotte & Janice








+£5.00 Gift Aid

Rhianwen Long



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck!


Elizabeth Stamenkovic



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck Kelly xx

Total raised£295.00



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