24 hour stream
23 - 24 Oct 2018

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The 24 Hour Stream Fundraiser

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James Harbour

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I’m doing a 24 hour live stream in order to raise money for the Cancer Research UK team

Thanks for taking the time to visit my fundraising page.
I, along with some friends, will be hosting a 24 hour livestream, starting the 23rd of October at 11AM and finishing on the 24th of October at 11AM. We are doing this to fundraise as much money as we can for the Cancer Research UK team - in hopes to help towards the fight of eradicating all types of cancers which plague the world. Every donation made would go a long way - and if you cannot give please feel free to check out the stream and spread the word. Any form of help is massively appreciated!
During the stream, we will be grinding the same game for many hours, adding to our suffering. We will also be taking suggestions and the option to join us in a game is there if you so feel like it!

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Getting everything ready in place for the stream. Really excited for this!!

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