10 Oct 2018

Moona's Giving Page

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Moona Thompson

Total raised


+ £33.75 Gift Aid

148 Complete
148% of £150.00 target

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I'm fundraising to raise money for Cancer Research UK

In memory of

Beryl Mazfari (mam)

*UPDATE #2: Finally got to carry out my jump on Sunday 4th November after being postponed 3 times due to bad weather. It such an amazing experience. Thank you to everyone who donated, I raised an incredible amount for a cause close to my heart.

*UPDATE: Unfortunately my jump today was cancelled due to high winds but has been rescheduled for next Saturday (27th Oct) at 2pm.

In Memory of my Mam, Beryl I will be doing a sponsored tandem sky dive on the 20th of October.

Last year I lost the most amazing lady in my life, Beryl Mazfari, to lung cancer.
I miss her every day and she's missed greatly by all her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, and especially by my dad, Ali.

When I was growing up I always remember her saying to me that she would 'love to jump out of a helicopter onto a haystack', so mam, this is for you.
I know you will be watching over me mam and thinking 'you daft bugger', but I know you will be proud of me and cheering me on too.

Cancer has affected my family and friends a lot during this past year, a very dear person to us lost her mum to lung cancer this year and I lost a dear fried and work colleague to lung cancer also. So Julie Botha and Derek Fox, this is for you too.

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Khalide Mazfari



Well done sis, you done mam proud x


Sara Harrington




Terry Clarke




janice fox



+£2.50 Gift Aid

good luck with this one, Derek would be over the moon knowing you were doing this, they need every penny for research. thanks Moona a lovely lady xxx


John Norman




Nigel Gooch



Total raised£223.00



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