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Total raised so far

20%

£100.00 of £500 target +£20.00 Gift Aid See breakdown

Recent donations

11 months ago

Chris King

£20.00

+ £5.00 Gift Aid

11 months ago

Sandra Wright

£30.00

+ £7.50 Gift Aid

This a is a wonderful organisation, they help so many people in so many ways .

11 months ago

Nick Wright

£20.00

11 months ago

Ian Townsend

£20.00

+ £5.00 Gift Aid

Even the longest journey starts with a single step, let's make someone's journey easier by donating to a great cause.

1 year ago

DT

£10.00

+ £2.50 Gift Aid

just getting us started -

Hot Chilli Steppers

Stacey Kemp are raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support and WWF-UK

Our story

Hot Chilli Steppes are walking 1,800,000 steps in 28 days, this is an average of around 10,000 – 11,000 steps each per day.

Our team members are Rosanna Doyle, Ian Townsend, Chris King, Nick Iles, Nick Wright and Darren Tse.

This year the theme for the challenge is wellbeing and the benefits that walking each day can have for both your physical and mental health.

Funds raised from the Pedometer Challenge 2023 will be split equally between our charity partners Macmillan and WWF. Every £ we raise for our charity partners supports the important work they do. See below some examples of the impact your fundraising could have.

Macmillan

£60 could help run the Online Community forum for 3 hours. In this time, 300 people affected by cancer will give emotional and practical support to each other on anything to do with cancer – from treatments, coping with everyday life & the death of a loved one.
£105 could support the Energy Advice phone service for 1 hour. In this time, their team could deal with 4 calls or web enquires, providing advice on how people living with cancer can keep warm without the worry.
£417 could support the Macmillan Support Line phone service for 1 hour. In this time, they could deal with 25 calls and web enquiries from people who need practical or financial support.

WWF
£110 could pay for solar-powered “predator deterrent lights” to deter predators from livestock.
£300 could pay for a local research assistant for a month to help with their Lion projects.
£500 could pay for fire-fighting equipment to help combat forest fires which have devastated
Amur leopard habitat in the past, offering greater protection against dangerous climate change.


Thank you for checking out our page. Making a donation is fast, easy and secure thanks to Give as you Live Donate. They'll take your donation and pass it onto Macmillan Cancer Support and WWF-UK.

Our 2 charities

Macmillan Cancer Support

Charity number: 261017

WWF-UK

Charity number: 1081247

Stacey Kemp are fundraising as part of

ISS Pedometer Challenge 2023

12th June 2023 - 9th July 2023

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