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£860raised of £2,000 target by 37 supporters

Weʼre raising £2,000 to Jakes 400 challenge

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Gravesend, United Kingdom
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Jakes 400 challenge.
400 children are diagnosed with brain cancer each year.
Our 400 challenge for Jake is 400 laps of 500m shield run. 400 absails, 400 km row and 400 km cycle.

Jake is a 13 year old boy who has been diagnosed with brain and spinal cancer. 

Unfortunately this is the second time Jake has had to deal with cancer. A complication to remove a tumour on his original round of cancer left him wheel chair bound.

Since the cancers return jakes health has suffered considerably. He is currently receiving home treatments such as as oxegen therapy, chiropractic therapy etc. These treatments are expensive and Jakes family are suffering this heavy burden.

All funds raised will contribute to his treatment and making Jakes life more comfortable.


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    • Joanna Sookermany

      Joanna Sookermany

      Dec 4, 2016

      Good luck

    • antony newick

      antony newick

      Dec 4, 2016

      I always give to something at Christmas I take £25 from my kid presents 🎁 and give to someone that needs it more than them Good luck jake I love our chats when you're racing up and down the village

      £25.00

    • Kate Cash

      Kate Cash

      Dec 4, 2016

      Jake, always smiling - Keep on fighting little fighter XChico - all the best of luck X

      £20.00

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    phil hollister

    phil hollister

    Gravesend, United Kingdom

    Jakes 400challenge Jake has been diagnosed with brain and spine cancer. 400 challenge represent the 400 children diagnosed with brain cancer a year. our aim is support Jake and his family with the financial cost during his treatment

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