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Tipperary girl to climb Kilimanjaro for Irish Cancer Society

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Tipperary girl Cloda Scanlon is set to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in aid of the Irish Cancer Society – and she needs your help.

The 19-year-old will climb the highest mountain in Africa in October, from the 3rd-14th, to raise money for the charity, who work tirelessly to support cancer patients, cancer research and help to fight cancer daily.

The money raised will help fund cancer research programmes that will have a significant impact on the diagnosis and treatment of cancer in Ireland.

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Cloda’s fundraising target is €5,100 – so if you’re willing to make a donation, you can do so HERE.

The Irish Cancer Society is close our hearts at Goss.ie, as we are sponsoring Kelly Donegan’s Trek4Life fundraiser this year.

‘How My Challenges Shaped Me’ will take place on the 14th of August in The Generator Hostel Smithfield, aiming to inspire, motivate and support the women of Ireland and help them to overcome their challenges through others stories, experiences and tips.

Speakers on the night will include blogger Anouska Proetta Brandon, jewellery designer Chupi Sweetman, BLOGGERCONF creator Emma O’Farrell and many more.

Pick up tickets for the event, in aid of the Irish Cancer Society, HERE.