Veg Pledge
November 2018

Sarah's Veg Pledge

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Sarah Evans

Total raised


+ £16.50 Gift Aid

220 Complete
220% of £30.00 target

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I'm going vegetarian this November for Cancer Research UK

My dad was diagnosed with Kidney Cancer 19 months ago. It changed family life a lot and I felt guilty for not being around much due to my job. Now I am back at home I wanted to be able to raise some awareness of Cancer and the amazing work the Cancer Research team do, always finding new ways to fight against Cancer.

I have decided to go vegetarian for a whole month. For anyone who doesn’t know me that well, I love chicken and could not go a few days without having chicken or mince! So, this is a big challenge for me, especially when we go out for a meal and roast dinners, but I am determined to make it through!

If you would like to donate anything that would be greatly appreciated, but I am mainly doing this raise awareness!

Thank you for visiting my Cancer Research UK Veg Pledge page. This November, I will be going vegetarian for Cancer Research UK. The money I raise will help fund life-saving research to help bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.

Latest updates


Anne Evans



+£14.00 Gift Aid

Very proud of you. Well done! Here is £1 for every meal you changed plus £25 from Dad and me going ‘Sober for October’ ❤️ xx


Dan Evans



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done

Total raised£66.00



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