The Js!

Total raised

£226.00

+ £30.00 Gift Aid

37 Complete
37% of £600.00 target

We're raising as much as we can to beat cancer by walking the London Shine walk (26 miles)

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We have lost people in our family to this disease but on the other hand we have had family and friends take on cancer and win. We are taking part to raise as much as we can to help fight cancer.

Jacobs is raising money for children's cancer for Timmy, his second cousin that he never had the pleasure of meeting.

I am raising money for all cancers. Personally I had cells that had started changing and were pre-cancerous, my mum had cervical cancer, fought it and won. My Bampi (grandad) had a stroke but after he passed we discovered he had been suffering with several different types of cancer. Stu's uncle recently recovered from skin cancer. I also have a friend who has just finished chemo and due to have surgery soon. It's actually only when you sit and think how many people you know who have been touched by cancer that you realise the huge number of people who suffer at it's hands.

The impact cancer has on individuals and families is huge and I just hope we can raise a little bit of money to help somehow. To go towards trying to find a cure so that people don't have to suffer. Let's beat this .

In the great words of Tesco every little really does help! No amount is too small. Please give what you can!

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Total raised£226.00

Online£226.00

Offline£0.00

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