Woof Walkies Highgate 2019

Total raised

£485.00

+ £65.00 Gift Aid

Sponsored Dog Walk on behalf Cancer Research UK in Highgate

Our story

Woof Walkies is a sponsored dog walk organised by a Cancer Research UK Committee

Woof Walkies honours the life-long support and love our canine friends provide.
The route will be on a mix of grass, surfaced lanes and woodland paths, not ideal for pushchairs

On the day
At Woof Walkies, dogs and their owners pay to take part in the sponsored dog walk around Waterlow Park– other family members are also welcome but the emphasis is on our canine friends as it is for these who sponsorship/donations to beat cancer will be obtained!

On the day there will be:
Refreshments
A Raffle
Stalls
Dog Show

Woof Walkies is a chance to spend a few hours with family, friends and your beloved dog in the great outdoors whilst raising those essential funds to research all 200+ cancers.

Latest donations

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Ne Hub

Donated to Diana & Luna's Giving Page on 15 Apr 2019

£10.00

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A few other nice people

Donated to Diana & Luna's Giving Page on 04 Apr 2019

£30.00

Bits and pieces that were given in cash

J

Jane Palmer

Donated to Diana & Luna's Giving Page on 17 Mar 2019

£10.00

+£2.50
Gift Aid

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Donations via Facebook Giving

Donated to Diana & Luna's Giving Page on 17 Mar 2019

(Offline donation)

£40.00

Paid directly to Cancer Research UK via Facebook

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Ian Peaple

Donated to Diana & Luna's Giving Page on 17 Mar 2019

£20.00

+£5.00
Gift Aid

It's wonderful news that you have had such a rich and rewarding quality of life over the last 20 years. Thanks to all who made it possible

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Wendy Finlay

Donated to Diana & Luna's Giving Page on 17 Mar 2019

£20.00

In memory of my Mum as well xxxx

Total raised£485.00

Online£445.00

Offline£40.00

With Cancer Research UK Giving Pages more of the money raised goes towards beating cancer sooner. Aside from the credit and debit card fees, every penny donated goes to Cancer Research UK.

All donations made to this page will automatically be transferred to Cancer Research UK.