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I'm trekking in Burma in November 2016 to raise funds for Genesis Research Trust - a charity close to my heart. Having trekked in Morocco and cycled in Central America, I know that this adventure will be challenging and there will be tears, laughter, determination, blisters and support between the amazing women who take part. The hard work fundraising and training before we go and the long days trekking in unfamiliar territory will all be worth it as funds raised will be used to research conditions such as miscarriage, infertility, cancer, stillbirth and polycystic ovary syndrome, which affect so many couples and their babies. So every donation, however small or large, will be gratefully received. Perhaps you might even want to think about joining me! Donna x
I am fundraising for a charity that is very close to my heart, and reading other peoples experiences has made me even more determined to raise money for such a good cause. I've never done anything like this before but the Genesis Research Trust can affect so many lives as they research causes and cures for conditions such as miscarriage, cancer, infertility, premature births and poly cystic ovaries. Now to get training....eek!