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    Weʼve raised £3,250 to help Jas push 100km along the Portuguese Route of Camino de Santiago to fund Bakhita House, UK & St.Jude Children's Research Hospital, USA.

    Watford, United Kingdom
    Funded on Saturday, 30th September 2017

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    A random night in 2014 watching 'The Way'. An inspiring movie with a remarkably talented actor which reminded me that in life, the journey is what matters. I decided it was time to give meaning to the past 7 years. So I thought, why not go for a really long push!

    Unfortunately life got busy and a few health issues diverted my attention until a few months ago, fed up of sitting bored in doctors' waiting rooms, I realised it was time to just achieve something memorable.

    From 13-29 September, I will be pushing over 100km along the Portuguese Route of the Camino de Santiago, through Spain. A popular pilgrimage route in Europe, I am doing this to raise money for two charities: Bakhita House, UK and St.Jude Children Research Hospital, USA.

    Bakhita House is an emergency safe house, located in central London, that provides care for rescued female victims of human trafficking and modern day slavery. Among the services offered are: access to safe accommodation, medical help and counselling services, translation and interpretation in over 20 languages, education and employment training, along with pastoral and spiritual care. For more information visit

    St.Jude is a children's research hospital funded largely through private donations. As well as providing free healthcare to cancer patients, St Jude's has spent more than half a century finding cures and saving children, pioneering research that has helped push the survival rate for childhood cancer from less than 20% to 80%. For more information visit

    The money donated will be divided equally among both these charities.

    I will be funding all of my costs personally and through any generous private sponsors I can find.

    I'm sure you will agree that both are deserving causes! Your support in helping me reach my goal will be greatly appreciated!



    • JASDEEP BRAR7 years ago


      7 years ago

      Thank you everyone for your support. We are heading off in a few hours. You can keep track of my progress on . Will aim to have daily updates. Wish me luck!

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    • Anonymous


      Sep 29, 2017

      Well done champ!

    • Ameet Yadav

      Ameet Yadav

      Sep 29, 2017

      Well done Jassi Mama! I knew you could do it. Love Veer xxxx


    • Ben Wiseman

      Ben Wiseman

      Sep 29, 2017

      Amazing, Jas!! Well done! Sending love and strength from San Francisco!


    • Manveet Basra

      Manveet Basra

      Sep 28, 2017

      Colin and Ruth- Well done Jas, your Mum told us the great news. What an achievement.


    • Hamisha


      Sep 28, 2017

      Good luck Jas!


    • Charlotte Keeble

      Charlotte Keeble

      Sep 28, 2017

      Absolutely inspirational, good luck! Lots of love, Charlie, Stuart, Ralph and Barnaby Keeble (Pinde's friends)xx


    • Emana K

      Emana K

      Sep 26, 2017

      An amazing feat! Well done!

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    After sustaining a spinal cord injury at the age of 21 that left me a tetraplegic, 1 year in hospital and the next 7 years of my 20s living in a nursing home, one film reminded me it's all about living life! This is my first step.

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