Bucket For Change

World Cancer Day - A Bucket for Change

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+ £98.75 Gift Aid


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A Bucket for Change for World Cancer Day
Cancer is a growing global issue. Cancer
Research UK works with the best scientists
and partner organisations across the globe to
beat cancer. So, this World Cancer Day we’re
calling on everyone to raise money for Cancer
Research UK’s vital work so we can save more
lives in the UK and around the world.
At this time of year, we’d usually be taking to our
local high street with a bucket to raise money
for Cancer Research UK in support of the World
Cancer Day campaign. But we need to do
things a little differently this year, which is why
we’re collecting for A Bucket for Change to help
raise money for life-saving research.
Every penny makes a huge difference to cancer
research so please clear out your loose change
and show your support with a donation to
our page.
A donation of £10 could fund our Cancer Chat
forum for half an hour which is a safe online
space open to anyone to discuss any aspect
of cancer.
On World Cancer Day, it’s time to unite and take action

Latest updates


Barbara Cobb



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Ann Andrews



+£5.00 Gift Aid




+£5.00 Gift Aid

Pauline Monk



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Really missed meeting the girls at the coffee mornings, big breakfast, and Strawberry tea in 2020, lets hope we can get together again soon in 2021


Liz Rodgers



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Stephanie Rogers



+£5.00 Gift Aid

well done keep.up the good work

Total raised£500.00



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