Walk All Over Cancer
March 2019

Matt Horn - Walks All Over Cancer.

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Total raised


+ £10.00 Gift Aid

1 Complete
1% of £10,000.00 target

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I’m going to be walking 20,000 steps a day (9 miles) for the whole of March - to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page.

So yes, this March I’m going to be walking 20,000 steps a day (9 miles) in order to help beat cancer sooner. I'll also be giving up alcohol for the whole month as well.

Help me Walk All Over Cancer and fund life-saving research by donating directly to Cancer Research UK through this page.

To give you a general idea as to how your money is used by Cancer Research UK:

£5 - Kits out one of their ground breaking research labs with essential chemicals.

£10 - Buys a new bulb for one of their scientific microscopes.

£50 - Buys a scientific sieve to separate out big bits and small bits of DNA to reveal vital clues about beating cancer.

Cancer Research UK's objective by 2034 is to help 3 in 4 people survive this terrible disease. So please give generously.

I will be posting my app logs showing the amount of steps walked and will be posting on social media regularly.

Many thanks.

Latest updates

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End! Here's the overview.

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31st Day Of 31! 20,649 steps!


The Howard’s



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done! Proud of you x

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30th Day Of 31! 20,397 steps!





Keep going ! x x


Gwen and Bill



Total raised£100.00



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