January 2019

Kulwinder takes on Dryathlon

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Kulwinder Brar

Total raised


+ £160.75 Gift Aid

873 Complete
873% of £100.00 target

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I'm taking part in Dryathlon, having no alcohol this January to raise money for Cancer Research UK

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page. This January I’m taking on Dryathlon and raising money for Cancer Research UK by ditching the drink for one month and fundraising for life-saving research.

I lost my dad to cancer in November and one of his wishes was to raise money for charity to help other cancer sufferers and find a cure for cancer.

Cancer hit my family hard, it is unimaginable that an illness like this can turn a normal fit and healthy person to a shadow of their former selves in a matter of months.

The speed cancer can take the life of a loved one is unbelievable! There has to be something we can do to help prevent and treat cancer which is why I am supporting cancer research.

As many of you know I love my whiskey so I'm not going to touch it for a whole month!

I hope this will be the first of many fundraisers I complete to raise money for cancer research so please support me by sponsoring me.

Latest updates


Paul Cox




Gerard O'Neill



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Why don’t you give up the drink untill Liverpool win a premiership title that way you will never drink again lol


Irwinder Grewal



Just want to say thank you to cancer research you guys doing a great job keep it up.


Yadvinder Basi



+£2.50 Gift Aid

T3 guy





+£7.75 Gift Aid

1 quit for every dry day! Well done Big B :-)


Davinder kaila



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Total raised£873.00



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