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Marathon a month
1 Jan - 30 Jun 2021

Steve's House of Snacks Marathon a Month

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Steve D'Souza

Total raised

£436.01

+ £91.51 Gift Aid

21 Complete
21% of £2,000.00 target
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Between January and June 2021 we will each be completing a marathon every month (running, maybe jogging and possibly walking!) to raise as much as we can to beat cancer.

Starting in January, together with some great friends I will be running/jogging/walking a marathon a month for six months, in aid of Cancer Research UK.

Cancer has affected people we care about and we all have our own motivation for completing the Marathon a Month challenge. However the key motivation has been our friend Graham who sadly lost his lovely Mum to cancer in July 2020.

The aim is simple, to raise some money for a worthy cause and generate hope, to give some comfort to families who are going through similar challenging times.

Latest updates

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Adam Simpskn

2021-05-03T20:10:19+00:00

£3.66

+£0.92 Gift Aid
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Adam Simpson

2021-04-01T06:46:38+00:00

£8.13

+£2.03 Gift Aid
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Lorraine Wright

2021-03-29T12:28:59+00:00

£25.00

+£6.25 Gift Aid

Well done and good luck 👍👍

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Charlie Mills

2021-03-29T09:29:00+00:00

£20.00

+£5.00 Gift Aid
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Maya Veitch

2021-03-27T18:18:56+00:00

£10.00

Go Uncle Steve go. Some of my Easter chocolate money - mummy says it’s good for my teeth too 😉

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Arun Veitch

2021-03-27T10:46:34+00:00

£10.00

Go Uncle Steve - here’s some Easter chocolate money for a great cause and my fab godfather.

Total raised£436.01

Online£436.01

Offline£0.00

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