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Support Tony’s Go Sober for October campaign in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support

Support Tony’s Go Sober for October campaign in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support

Our Parliamentary candidate, Tony Breslin, is just a few pounds short of becoming the number 1 Go Sober for October fundraiser in Hertfordshire.

He is urging members, supporters and their contacts to make a donation, which will go directly to Macmillan Cancer Support, help push him to number 1 and be a great advert for Hemel Labour’s support for such a worthy cause. 

Tony has already banked over £1,000 (plus Gift Aid at 25% on most donations) for the charity without approaching members, and has promised to stay on the wagon if he reaches £2,000 by the end of the month.

“If we get to £2,000 in the 7 days that remain, I commit to drinking No alcohol for November, as well - yes, a teetotal birthday beckons.” says Tony.

To reiterate, if we get to £2,000, I will commit to drink NO ALCOHOL for another month. I was so looking forward to next Saturday, but this cause is more important.

I'm currently no. 3 among Go Sober fundraisers in Hertfordshire and no.60 nationally. With your help we can do even better!”

You can track Tony’s progress, and, if you haven't yet done so, donate here: Tony Breslin's Going Sober Story

Tony adds:

“Every pound that we raise for Macmillan will directly impact on those who are battling cancer. This is a fantastic initiative that I’m proud to support and I urge everybody else, including all of our members and supporters, to do likewise. The price of a drink would make a fantastic contribution and you can do it in moments on line.”

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