Run For Life

This is my daughter’s letter as seen at the link below.

Race for Life Update

Thank you to everyone who has sponsored me so far, I’ve been so impressed with everyone’s support, it’s been amazing!

This past weekend on Canada Day I held a Canada Day BBQ to raise funds and thank those who have already made donations.  We raised a whopping £83!  Heaps of people came, the weather was gorgeous, the food delicious – the only disappointment was England’s defeat to Portugal in the football.  Oh England!  Will you ever win a penatly shootout!

The day after the BBQ we did our race.  It was a sweltering 30 degrees out, and the water sponsors had pulled out at the last minute!  We managed to walk our 5km in about an hour though, and had an impromptu gathering back at ours with the BBQ leftovers.  It was amazing being with these hundreds of women, all with back signs about who they were walking for.  It wasn’t so much a physical challenge, as an opportunity to come together and support such a worthy cause.

Thanks again to everyone who has supported our team.  And for those of you who meant to send in a donation but just haven’t managed, here’s your chance!

As a charity, Cancer Research UK rely overwhelmingly on the success of fundraising events such as Race for Life to continue our life-saving research into the prevention, treatment and cure of all forms of cancer.

Donating through this site is simple, fast and totally secure. It is also the most efficient way to sponsor me: Cancer Research UK will receive your money faster and, if you are a UK taxpayer, an extra 28% in tax will be added to your gift at no cost to you.

So please sponsor me now!

Many thanks for your support

 

If you wish to support my first-born with her fund-raising, you can go to this link and do so on-line….thank you in advance! 

http://www.raceforlifesponsorme.org/erinbergman 

 

1 thought on “Run For Life

  1. Congratulations to your first born, I am so proud of her!
    In every hospital on earth, there are machines that keep and sustain life.
    That may seem like a miracle, but in fact, more often than not, the real miracle is what is done with that saved life. A life that might have been lost can go on to do great things and influence untold generations.
    That is the real miracle!

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