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Saint Jude Sponsored Walk

Last year, Matt Betts, the National Shrine of Saint Jude Development Manager, walked from Canterbury to Rochester to raise money for the Shrine and the Carmelite Charitable Trust. This time, Matt would like to extend the challenge and walk from Westminster Abbey to the Shrine of Saint Jude, Faversham.

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Total raised
£2,059.86

Target
£2,000.00

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Donations accepted until 19-11-2016

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Saint Jude Sponsored Walk

Last year, Matt Betts, the National Shrine of Saint Jude Development Manager, walked from Canterbury to Rochester to raise money for the Shrine and the Carmelite Charitable Trust. This time, Matt would like to extend the challenge and walk from Westminster Abbey to the Shrine of Saint Jude, Faversham.

If you can sponsor Matt, please donate below, or you can send your cheque or postal order made payable to: “The Carmelites” to: Sponsored Walk, Carmelite Friars, P.O. Box 140, Kent, ME20 7SJ. Thank you.

Event date

21-October-2016 - 
23-October-2016

Event type

Running / Walking

Event is completed

Event Contact

Key contact
Matt Betts
Telephone
01795 539 214
Email address
developmentmanager@stjudeshrine.org.uk

Activity log

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Donation summary

Direct donations:(online) £502.00
Direct donations:(offline) £1,557.86
Donations to fundraisers:
(online)
£0.00
Donations to fundraisers:
(offline)
£0.00
Total Raised: £2,059.86
Total Raised
with gift aid:
£2,176.61

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