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DANCING FOR BOWEL CANCER

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$3,161 of $4,200 goal
Given by 12 generous donors in around 3 months
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In 2014 my partner Kaite died from Bowel cancer perhaps with increased screening Kaite would be alive today.

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On Sat 13th Oct I am organising a dance ‘ Dancing For Bowel Cancer’ in the Little River Community Hall to raise funds for the Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust

In 2014 my partner Kaite died from bowel cancer perhaps with increased screening Kaite would be alive today. There are over 3000 people diagnosed with Bowel cancer annually and over 1200 die from it. Up to 90% of people can be saved if detected early enough. The Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust are doing amazing work providing increased bowel screening, training colorectal nurses, treatment and rehabilitation for people with bowel cancer. Please donate and help save lives

Pam Baird's involvement (page creator)

In 2014 my partner Kaite died from Bowel cancer. The Foundation provide screening, train colorectal nurses, provide treatment and rehabilitation for people with bowel cancer perhaps with better screening Kaite would be alive today


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Jordies Wheels
Jordies Wheels on 29 Oct 2018
$50
Little River..Dancing for Bowel Cancer
Little River..Dancing for Bowel Cancer on 24 Oct 2018
$2,411
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 14 Oct 2018
$50
Andy Baird
Andy Baird on 13 Oct 2018
Good on you once again mum xxxx
$150
Lorna and Kevin
Lorna and Kevin on 10 Oct 2018
$50

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This page was created on 9 Sep 2018 and closed on 10 Dec 2018.
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