2019 Vitality London 10,000
27 May 2019

Vicky's Giving Page

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Vicky Vitkay

Total raised


+ £103.75 Gift Aid

116 Complete
116% of £400.00 target

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I’m raising as much as I can to beat cancer

On the 27th May 2019 I will be taking part in the Vitality London 10k run for Cancer Research UK.

Why am I doing this? I love a challenge and I'll be running alongside my best friend Laura and boyfriend Tom who are also donating to other charities which are very close to home for them. But most importantly, I'm doing this as I have lost family members due to this horrible disease, including my boyfriend Tom's father who sadly passed away last year from stage 4 bladder cancer.

Thankfully, a few of my family members have been able to beat cancer through various medications, which is why organisations like Cancer Research UK are so vital.

I'm determined to raise as much money as possible to contribute to all types of cancer becoming curable in the not so far future. Any donation, as much or as little as you can would be so appreciated.

Thanks so much for reading and let’s beat cancer sooner!!

Latest updates


Michael Vitkay



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Mollie Habbershaw



Good luck Tom and Vicky! Will be cheering you on! Mol and Sam x


Erica Johns



You're gonna smash it girl 💪💛


Tim Cooper



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Mandy Bellman



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Well done Vicky
Ness and Rich


Patrick Tucker



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Great cause Vicki. Dee & I are delighted to join you. Xxx

Total raised£465.00



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