Kiera's Walking All Over Cancer - 10,000 steps at a time!
+ £13.75 Gift Aid
Mon 1 Mar 2021 - Wed 31 Mar 2021
Fitbit activity tracker
of 300,000 step target
In memory of
My Grandma - Greta
Hiii! Thanks for visiting my fundraising page❤️ This March I've decided I'm going to walk 10,000 steps a day throughout the month to do my part and help beat cancer - I've even connected my fitbit so you can follow my progress! A large part of my motivation for doing this is to make my Grandma proud. She passed away back in 2013 of the 'Big C' and she took a whole piece of my heart with her. She had spent her whole life caring for others as a nurse and I promised myself that I would continue to give back in her honor.. so I decided to train as a nurse myself and start raising money for Cancer research. A couple of years ago I took part in the pretty Muddy 5k and raised £130! Unfortunately due to personal circumstances, and COVID hitting us in the gut, my 5k was the first and last time I was able to try and raise funds.. But now I'm back! And I would really love to try and hit that £130 again! Anyone who knows me, knows that 10k steps a day is a MASSIVE ask for this lazy ass, so believe me when I say this won't be easy.. But it's for such a worthy cause. Everyone knows someone who has cancer or who has been affected by cancer, and together we can't help stop cancer sooner... Anything you can spare, even just a share or some well wishes would be greatly appreciated ❤️❤️❤️
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