Walk All Over Cancer
March 2019

'Red Hot Chilli Steppers' Walks All Over Cancer

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Sophie Friell

Total raised


+ £160.00 Gift Aid

55 Complete
55% of £2,000.00 target

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As a team we are walking 10,000 steps every day in March for Cancer Research UK, please support us!

Thank you for visiting our fundraising page. This March we'll be walking 10,000 steps a day throughout the month to help beat cancer sooner. Help us Walk All Over Cancer by sponsoring us.

Given our 'desk jobs' this could be somewhat a challenge, but come rain or shine we will be getting our laps in every lunch and supporting each other over the weekends.

Our group consists of Aaron, Amy, Basanth, Bina, Francis, Gareth, Jennie, Jesse, Kozhin, Michael, Phil, Rachael, Rob, Sharon, Sophie, Tatenda & Trapti.

Ensure you keep up to date with our page and join us on our journey to fund life-saving research.

All donations will be matched by our company :)

Latest updates


Edward Longden



+£3.75 Gift Aid

Well done Gareth. Sorry it’s a bit late. Hope you are recovered now.


Bake Sale



Donating the remaining money raised during our bake sale. Thank you to all those that took part :)


Gwen Smith



+£5.00 Gift Aid



Nicola Warrington



+£3.75 Gift Aid

Well done Gareth (and the rest of the team!)


Bake Sale



This money amounts to the notes donated during our team bake sale, coins will be cashed in at a later stage. Thank you all :)


Jitendra Gahlot



Good luck

Total raised£1,114.00



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