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Guildford Pretty Muddy Kids 2019
27 Jul 2019

Maria's Race for Life

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Maria Ferreira

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I'm supporting cancer research by doing this fun and help ful mud run please help me. No matter how much you give it will make a difference.

Cancer is happening right now, which is why I'm taking part in a Race for Life Pretty Muddy to raise money and save lives.

Please help me raise money for cancer research. If we can help cancer research, it would mean allot to me and to the hole world out there so pleaseeeee help me. Around 7 people that I knew (or my parents knew) in my family have died because of cancer and if you help cancer research, we can save hundreds of people's lives.

So far it is pure luck for some people to survive and that's because there is not a definite cure for cancer. Doing this run, can give people a cure. A real, definite cure for cancer. Please either be a fundraiser or join in!

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Maria Ferreira

2019-05-06T19:29:36+00:00

Please help me raise money for cancer research. If we can help cancer research, it would mean allot to me and to the hole world out there so pleaseeeee help me. Around 7 people that I knew (or my parents knew) in my family have died because of cancer and if you help cancer research, we can save hundreds of people's lives.

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