100 Squats a Day in November
November 2021

You HR Consultancy Limited

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Gemma Lavery

Total raised


+ £76.25 Gift Aid

100 Complete
100% of £500.00 target

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I'm completing 100 squats a day in November

Thanks for visiting You HR Consultancy's fundraising page. This November, we will be doing 100 squats a day to help raise money for Cancer Research UK.

Cancer effects 1 in 2 people, so everyone will have someone close who has either had cancer or is battling cancer.

At the moment, Gemma has someone very close to her heart, who is battling this horrible disease and now more than ever, as a team we feel like we should stand up to cancer and help beat this horrible disease.

Please do support us, whilst we all complete 100 squats a day! Every penny counts, no matter how small.

Please show your support and help fund life-saving research by making a donation on our page.

Latest updates


Aston & James



Great to spend time with you today and join in on your final day squats. Great to see you have hit your target too for a very important cause


Ian Barham



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done to you all - adding a steely core to the whole team for a great cause.


Karen, Steve, Dorothy and Brian



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good Luck Gemma, a very special cause. Love from Karen, Steve, Dorothy and Brian xxxx


Yvonne Short



Well Done Gemma and all !!!
Keep up the good work xxx





+£5.00 Gift Aid

Jackie Denham



+£5.00 Gift Aid

For our Gemma who is brilliant!! Cancer has taken so many people I love and affected so many more, you go girl xxx

Total raised£500.00



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