Horsham woman to ‘walk all over cancer’ by doing 10,000 steps a day in March for charity
A woman from Horsham is hoping to ‘walk all over cancer’ by doing 10,000 steps every day this month to raise funds for charity.
Amy Brierley is hoping to help raise funds to support Cancer Research UK’s life-saving research with her fundraising challenge during March – and it’s a cause close to her heart.
The 28-year-old said: “Having recently lost my grandad and aunt to cancer, raising money for a cancer charity is what I have been thinking about.
“For Cancer Research UK I have completed the Race for Life and shaved my hair – and I’ve held a coffee morning for Macmillan – so this time I am going to challenge myself to do 10,000 steps this March.
“Any amount is very appreciated, it all goes to a good cause.”
Amy is hoping to raise £200 and will be updating her fundraising page with her progress and daily step count.
Amy’s husband, Matthew Brierley, sad: “This is also a challenge for her as she has anxiety so doing this will be a huge step for her.
“I’ll also be joining her with it to support her along the way.”
To donate or to keep up-to-date with Amy’s fundraiser, visit https://fundraise.cancerresearchuk.org/page/amys-walk-all-over-cancer-fundraising-page-1923