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Walk For Jon

On 7th Feb Charlotte will be walking from Radlett to Marylebone (15 miles approx.) with around 80 people in order to raise money for medical expenses not covered by insurance for a very dear friend of the family who is seriously ill. Each participant is asked to raise £300. If you can/would like to donate please refer to link below. As there is only one page for the walk please do add Charlottes name to the message so the organiser knows who the donation is allocated to. No pressure to do so but thanks very much if you can.

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Support Charlotte's 100 mile walk for Breast Cancer.

This walk is in memory of our beautiful friend Sandy who recently lost her 5 year battle to breast cancer. She fought until the very end with a smile on her face leaving behind a massive void in everyone lives that she touched.

You will be forever missed 😘 whatever you can give would be greatly appreciated. Anything we can do to help cure this evil disease xxxx

Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving - they'll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they'll send your money directly to the charity. So it's the most efficient way to donate - saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

Any donations would be very much appreciated:

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Agents Giving

We will be collecting items for the local food bank and any donations will be gratefully received. Details of the items they are most in need of are detailed on the following website page.

Every year Taylor Gibbs does something for Charity. Last year the was a Channel swim where we raised nearly £2k for a North London Kids Children’s Charity. We have done Rounders matches, biked around London and ran (mainly walked) half marathons.

This year we are proudly wearing our festive jumpers on the 14th December 2021 in aid of ‘Save the Children’.

We invite you to join us and donate via our Just Giving page to raise some money for this worthy charity and to look ridiculously festive for the day.

Taylor Gibbs