B Cador: April 2020
Hello, I am Emily and I am nearly 7 years old. I want to help people in Africa. I want them to be able to have the same help from doctors and nurses that we have to help them fight the Coronavirus.
I am going to be jumping on my trampoline for 26 minutes every day in the 2.6 Challenge to raise money for Two Wheels For Life. They help doctors and nurses reach villages in Africa so that they can save peoples lives.
Please help me to raise money for them. Thank you.
The link to Emily's Just Giving page is at the bottom of this article. Let's get behind Emily and support her for this great cause.
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