Teresa and Stacie's Woof All Over Cancer Fundraising Page

Woof all over cancer
March 2020

Teresa and Stacie's Woof All Over Cancer Fundraising Page

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Stacie Saterlay

Total raised


+ £38.75 Gift Aid

66 Complete
66% of £250.00 target

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We're taking on Woof All Over Cancer this March to raise money for life-saving cancer research!

Thanks for visiting our fundraising page. This March we're letting our dogs take the lead on beating cancer and walking at least 5000 steps every single day of the month (depending on the old pooches) to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Cancer Research UK are the only charity fighting over 200 types of cancer and receive no government funding for their work. Every step taken towards beating cancer relies on every pound donated. Please show your support by sponsoring me.
We will be giving you weekly updates throughout march of our progress, Wish us luck xx

Latest updates


Eleonore Buckingham



+£1.25 Gift Aid
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Stacie Saterlay


We did it 🥳🥳🥳 you can still donate by clicking the link, thank you for your support it's really appreciated 👍

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Stacie Saterlay


This week's steps 😁 been a bit difficult this week because of isolating so we've been walking around the garden😣

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Stacie Saterlay


Weekly update 👌


Daren Braddick



+£7.50 Gift Aid

Glad to be able to contribute .





Total raised£165.00



Facebook donations£0.00

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