By Susan Cavill - 19th May 2019 6:07am
ANTHONY NOLAN FUNDRAISING
Hello! Charles and I are joining our two adult children and some of their friends taking part in the 100km Chiltern Challenge. This can be run or walked in whole or part. Our younger and fitter team members intend to complete the entire 100km non stop in about 24 hours! Charles and I are doing part of the walk.
We are doing the Challenge to raise money for Anthony Nolan. Susan lost her brother, Malcolm aged 61 in 2012 and this year our daughter lost a school friend, Georgina Hirst aged 26, both to Leukaemia.
Anthony Nolan saves the lives people with a blood cancer
blood disorderly matching individuals who donate their stem cells to people who need life saving transplants.
Please support us and help achieve our goal for Anthony Nolan. Every donation is gratefully received. Click here
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