Kirsty jacob and freinds

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Hi my name is jacob and my mommy is kirsty my mommy asked me if i wanted to take part in race for life pretty muddy kids i asked what was it what's it for.
My mommy explained its to raise money for people with cancer now I'm only 6 but i know what that word means.
Now i bet your wondering how i know about that word well my grandad was diagnosed with cancer and it was not nice.
He wasn't able to play with me all the time he wasn't able to be himself so i know it hurt him.
But i kept his spirits high and made him smile.
Im going to be taking part in race for life pretty muddy kids so that i can raise money for my grandad.
He will be looking down on me smiling laughing and i know he will be proud of me
As i am only 6
Please donate a little £1 every penny helps.

Hi I'm kirsty and my partner Michael we will be doing race for life to raise money for my step dad he died of cancer last year and i know he would want me to try and raise money to help others get through tuff times in there life. Help families who went through what my family did.
As you can see my little boy will be doing kids race for life he asked me why I'm doing it and i said to help people like grandad, he hugged me and said he will to. For a 6 year to lose a grandad miss him every day and still want to help others that is heart warming and kind and makes me proud to me his mommy.
Please donate for jacob he is super excited to be running this run

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