Sophie takes on Sugar Free February

Sugar Free February
February 2019

Sophie takes on Sugar Free February

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Sophie McDonald

Total raised


+ £15.00 Gift Aid

70 Complete
70% of £100.00 target

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I’m going sugar free for my dad 🖤

For anyone who may not know I’m ADDICTED to sugar! I want to do this for my health but most importantly I’m doing it for my dad who has a brain tumour called Glioblastoma. It felt like my world fell apart the day I found out:

But my dad is proper strong, he’s casually getting through radiotherapy and chemo.

But he’s not supposed to have sugar because it’s not good for the tumour. I know how hard it is to go without so in solidarity of my dad I’m going to give up sugar for a month (and hopefully beyond a month).

This will be hard as I’m starting a new job and also just given up nicotine but I need to do it!!!

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page. This February I’m ditching the sweet stuff and giving up sugar for a whole month to raise money for Cancer Research UK and helping to beat cancer sooner.

Help me conquer my cravings by sponsoring me and also showing my dad some love and support. Thank you xxx

Latest updates


Katie Mc



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Soph!! Love you 💞


Kerry Leadsham



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Good luck Soph your amazing! Sorry it’s not much but I will donate again xxx


Kayleigh Mc



Good luck Sophie ur braver than me lol 😆 xxx


Sarah Mulhern



+£1.25 Gift Aid


Zoe Fiore



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck Sophie, I’m too addicted to sugar so I feel your pain. Not easy!
Be thinking of you ❤️


Amanda Drake



+£5.00 Gift Aid

For you and Uncle Steve xxx

Total raised£70.00



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