I'm writing to provide an update to our fundraising journey.
Its been just over 10 months since we started raising money for the AMMF and the UK Sepsis Trust.
In that space of time we have raised a staggering £5650.00 (£6695.00 including gift aid).
Thank you to all that have donated, we really do appreciate, as do the charities!
Please continue to help support us, by donating, or sharing our stories with your friends, or over social media!
Every £1 we raise goes to good use with these charities in helping the fight in these horrible conditions.
So far this year there have been numerous medical trials release for Cholangiocarcinoma treatment, large campaigns for "Could it be Sepsis" running in local hospitals to us.
The money we raise goes towards helping this kind of work, and gives others some hope for the future.
Our mission is to help raise money so that one day we might be able to help the charities save a life. This mission is all in honour of my mum, I truly hope she is looking down on us and is proud of what we have achieved so far. We aren't stopping yet, there are many challenges for us to complete yet, we are all still very much plodding on towards the 1000 mile challenge.
Until next time!
So far we've raised a massive £11253.32, thank you!
Visit our Just Giving page to donate now.
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