Walk All Over Cancer
March 2019

Tyisha Walks All Over Cancer

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Tyisha Maynard-Outing

Total raised


+ £5.00 Gift Aid

165 Complete
165% of £100.00 target

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This year marks 16 years since my nan passed away as a result of cancer so, for the month of March, I'm joining Cancer Research UK's Walk Over Cancer campaign, walking 10,000-20,000 steps every day.

In memory of

Jean Outing

Hey, thanks for visiting my fundraising page. This year marks 16 years since my beautiful nana passed away from cancer and it's scary how many people I know that have in one way or another been affected by the illness, the sooner a cure is found the better. So let's help find it sooner, Walk All Over cancer with me! This March I’m walking 10,000-20,000 steps a day throughout the month, in memory of my wonderful and selfless nan, to help beat cancer sooner. Help me Walk All Over Cancer and fund life-saving research by sponsoring me. Thank you in advance. Even if you cannot donate, I would be so very grateful if you could please share my page and help me reach my goal of £100 for this lovely cause. Cancer Research UK has funded research that has helped double survival rates in the UK in the last 40 years. #togetherwewillbeatcancer

I will be posting photos from my walks throughout the month.

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Well done Tyisha nanny would be very proud as am I


Roy Outing




Eidris Mussa




Samantha Maynard



+£5.00 Gift Aid




Total raised£165.00



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