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    Weʼve raised £1,000 to Fund Cancer Care in Moshi, Tanzania. In memory and honor of Chu Chu, Mussa, Imran and Nahya. Helping more people have more tomorrows.

    Runcorn, UK
    Funded on Monday, 12th November 2018

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    In 2017 we trekked Kilimanjaro with Mussa, our Head Guide from Moshi - a kind, gentle family man, and head guide for our trek . We trekked in aid of Cancer Research UK.

    We were devastated to learn that his wife Chu Chu had died in May 2017 of breast cancer. Chu Chu simply did not have access to the needed information or treatment to help save her, and left her family far far too early.

    We are determined to do something to help. We trek again with Mussa on 10th September 2018.

    Access to cancer care in Tanzania is extremely difficult, sadly. There are justTHREE cancer care centers to serve FIFTY MILLION people .........

    There now exists a center for cancer care in Moshi. Moshi is Mussa's home town, and the start point for almost all treks to Kilimanjaro. The center (FFCCIT) is one of only three such facilities in Tanzania. It exists to help educate and treat the community - more details may be found here ; Cancer Care Moshi Center PLEASE take 4 minutes and fifty seconds to view the video.

    The center is charity funded. Let's help make it more successful, and give families like Mussa's more tomorrows with their loved ones. It's as simple as that.

    For a very small fraction of the cost of a trek, pair of boots,coat, tank of petrol, night out...... you can help make a real difference. Please donate whatever you can, however large or small. We have set the target as £1000, but we're certain that we can achieve more than that to help.

    Collectively, we can make a huge difference.

    Thank You.



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    • Jennie Tucker

      Jennie Tucker

      Sep 20, 2018

      Chris, this morning I was so overwhelmed in you and your Uncles achievements! Been meaning to sponsor you to let you know that you both are amazing, congrats! Barnsie and Jen xxx


    • Anonymous


      Sep 8, 2018


    • John Sumner

      John Sumner

      Aug 31, 2018

    • Adam Bennion

      Adam Bennion

      Aug 22, 2018

      Blimey, where has the last year gone! Best of luck Dave / Chris on your return trip, remember POLE, POLE, .... Also, please pass on my kind regards to Mussa when you see him, i trust he is coping OK


    • Sarah


      Aug 14, 2018

      This is so important. We often take for granted how lucky we are in this country to have access to the most current and effective cancer therapy. I'm happy to support this cause, good luck guys.


    • Diane Derbyshire

      Diane Derbyshire

      Aug 3, 2018

      Good luck. Luv Diane& Steve xx


    • Stefano


      Jul 29, 2018

      So sorry to hear the sad news.


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    Runcorn, UK

    Two guys from Runcorn, UK who fundraise for Cancer Research UK who are determined to help the people of Tanzania to fight Cancer where they live too We truly hope we can count on the support of all who know us, or Mussa, (our head guide on Kilimanjaro Sept 2017 and Sept 2018)

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