Tiffany's Giving Page

Shine Birmingham 10k 2019
5 Oct 2019

Tiffany's Giving Page

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Tiffany Davies-Morgan

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+ £2.50 Gift Aid

6 Complete
6% of £150.00 target

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Tracie Fairfax-Hen



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Have a great experience hun & I hope you and your sister raise loads for your cause. X

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Tiffany Davies-Morgan


I'm raising money for cancer research UK by participating in the Shine Night walk 5th Oct with my Sister Kristy in memory of her and my Brother's Mom, my Step Mom, relatives and close family friends that have sadly passed away and to those who have survived and are currently battling cancer. In the past 12 months 4 people I know have sadly passed away and in the past few years many family members have fought and have beat Cancer making this a very important cause close to my heart. I'm wanting to raise money and awareness to help continue the amazing work that Cancer Research UK has provided to each and everyone of us, as we have all known someone that has fought or is battling cancer. Can I ask everyone to please donate to this great cause. Thank you ❤️

Total raised£10.00



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