Ryley and Rhôme's Race for Life

Maidstone Pretty Muddy Kids 2020
4 Jul 2020

Ryley and Rhôme's Race for Life

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Ryley and Rhôme

(page managed by Shelley Suckling)

Total raised


+ £321.75 Gift Aid

53 Complete
53% of £3,000.00 target

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I'm taking on a Race for Life Pretty Muddy to raise money to beat cancer sooner

Ryley and Rhome two 9 year old boys have selflessly decided that for their 10th birthdays this year they don’t want to receive they want to give! instead of having a birthday party for themselves they would like their parents (shelley and Kirsty) to donate the cost of a party to cancer research! Not only that but they will both be donating a percentage of their birthday money they receive and are going to do the muddy race for life in order to raise donations to the cause too!
This is a charity close to our hearts and as their parents we are really proud of them both and we know the boys would love your support as every penny counts! Let’s help these 2 young boys make a positive change in the world by donating anything you can afford to spare

Latest updates


Lucy Pearce



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done boys and Happy Birthday!


Pound shop lady



+£0.50 Gift Aid

Well done boys a good thing to do


Jack Mills



Well done lads, hope you reach your goal 2 legends





+£2.50 Gift Aid

From someone who has lost various loved ones to cancer, thank you for making such a lovely gesture. Your families must be so proud x


Marco Petrosino



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Bobbi Thomson



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Total raised£1,602.00



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