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Fundraising is vitally important to us because we want to raise as much money as we can for our chosen charities,

Maggie's Oxford and I Can and I Am.


All money raised goes directly to our charities.

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Central JustGiving Page

You can ask your friends and family to donate via our group JustGiving page. We have a page for WalkWithMe and a page for Little WalkWithMe. Just follow the relevant link below.


Little WWM:

You could also donate directly to the charities right now. Just click on the logos to take you to the Maggie's and

I Can and I Am websites.

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Personal Linked JustGiving Page

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Follow the instruction in the 

document linked here to set up a fundraising page which is linked to the central WalkWithMe page. This means that WalkWithMe can see how much money the event is raising but you can set yourself a personal target and keep track of your individual fundraising at the same time. It's a win win!

How to set up a linked fundraising page

Donate by Cheque


Please make cheques payable to


"Maggie's Centres"




"I Can and I Am" 

(not WalkWithMe)

and send to:

WalkWithMe 2022

c/o Emery's Corner, Aldworth

Road, Upper Basildon, Berkshire



UK tax payers please include a Gift Aid form. Download by clicking on the link below:

Maggie’s Centres Gift Aid Form

I Can and I Am Gift Aid Form

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Download Sponsorship Form

If you would prefer to use a sponsorship form instead (you might want to put it on the notice board at work or at school for example) then click on the relevant link below.

Maggie's sponsorship form

I Can and I Am sponsorship form

How will my fundraising make a difference?

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£30 buys an entire class a copy each of the I Can and I Am mentoring course

"You've Got What It Takes"

£50 pays for two I Can and I Am mentoring sessions for one young person

struggling with their mental health.​

£7 could pay for someone’s first chat over the phone with a Maggie's Cancer Support Specialist.

£30 could reduce someone’s anxiety through a call with a psychologist supported by ICAIA.

£50 provides an hour's one-to-one support from a trained psychologist at a Maggie's Centre.


£50 will give a three week supply of tea and coffee for a Maggie's Centre.


£150 could pay for a Maggie's benefits advisor to support people to claim the grants

and benefits they are entitled to for one day.

£282 could provide Maggie's cancer support sessions for up to 20 people, to help people

understand their diagnosis, treatment and life with cancer.