Kerry's Girlies

Total raised

£1,550.00

+ £240.00 Gift Aid

310 Complete
310% of £500.00 target

We're raising as much as we can to beat cancer

Story

In July 2018, we lost our wonderful Mum and Auntie to breast cancer. She lived with cancer for 25 years, having first been diagnosed at just 32 years old, and she "kicked it's bony arse" every day with determination; hope, and her signature optimism.

Throughout everything, she remained a pillar of support to those around her. She raised her family, worked with children with extra needs, and still had the time to raise money herself for cancer charities. When we sorted through her things, we found her Race for Life medals, which she had proudly kept in her keepsake box, and we resolved that we would participate this year in her name.

So for Kerry, for kindness, and for beating cancers bony arse as soon as possible, we ask for your support and donations. Thank you.
#bemorekerry

Latest donations

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Pentascape

Donated to Victoria's Race for Life on 25 Jul 2019

£100.00

E

Ella Page

Donated to Kelly's Race for Life on 14 Jul 2019

£10.00

S

Sally OConnell

Donated to Kelly's Race for Life on 10 Jul 2019

£100.00

+£25.00
Gift Aid

Love from Aunty Sally, Grandma and Grandad xxx

S

Sarah Brice

Donated to Kelly's Race for Life on 08 Jul 2019

£30.00

Sorry it's late! Very impressed!!

C

Claire Bramley-Harker

Donated to Alice's Race for Life on 08 Jul 2019

£20.00

+£5.00
Gift Aid

Keep up the brilliant fundraising you are already doing sweetie with the girls. Love and hugs to all. Squidge for little B too xxx

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Uncle Phil & Roni

Donated to Kelly's Race for Life on 07 Jul 2019

£40.00

+£10.00
Gift Aid

Well done girls, proud of you all xxx

Total raised£1,550.00

Online£1,550.00

Offline£0.00

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