1 Jul 2018

Megan’s fundraising page for Cancer Research UK

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Megan Beale

Total raised


+ £52.50 Gift Aid

43 Complete
43% of £3,000.00 target

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Cancer impacts too many people’s lives negatively. I want to do what I can, with the help of fabulous friends and family, to raise money and make a difference💗

In memory of

Maddie Vincer

Mandie Vincer was a teaching assistant at my primary school, who sadly passed away in 2018. Maddie was a friend, a colleague, a mother and a lovely lady! She always told me ‘keep working hard and you’ll achieve what you want to’. So with her words in mind, I’ve dedicated this fundraising page in her memory. I’m hoping the money raised will help others receive the same great care and treatment that she received.

I‘ve also created this page in support of everyone else that has been effected by Cancer, with the aim of raising funds to help researchers find a cure. Unfortunately, 1 in 2 people get cancer in their lifetime and it’s not just Maddie that battled this illness. I’ve seen how the illness impacts not only those who have it, but the family and friends surrounding them.

With your help and donations, CRUK can help improve and prolong people’s lives so more special memories can be made. Please join me in fundraising for this wonderful charity, together we will beat this!

Rest well💗

Latest updates


Megan Lang



Well done Megan, you are an inspiration to everyone!! X


Megan Beale



From Louise x


Rebecca McAuley



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Gill Bartram



Great cause


Chay Farzaneh



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Megan Beale



From Dad’s friend Steve x

Total raised£1,303.33



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