Steven's Honour Fund
In memory of: Ann Fulton
£2,589.46 raised so far
How to make a donation
Donate online at - www.justgiving.com/stevenshonourfund
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By text message to donate £10 Text AFOA77 £10
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My name is Steven Stewart or Grant. I am aged 18 years. I was diagnosed with a rare form of epilepsy, known as Progressive Myoclonic Epilepsy, in 2004. I am wheelchair bound but that doesn't stop me enjoying my life.
I am a Hamilton Accies supporter and try to go to all of their home games with my Dad, John. My Mum, Fiona is my primary carer. I also have a friend Raymond who takes me on trips most days, which is great fun. I have lots of friends who I see and also speak to through social networking.
Now for the serious bit. My Aunt Ann, my Mum's sister (see pictures) died suddenly in November 2007. My Aunt Ann was someone who cared a great deal about young people (she had a pre-school nursery) and helped me a lot with my condition. Professor Brodie of the Western Infirmary has helped me a great deal in controlling my condition. He is associated with The Scottish Epilepsy Initiative, Registered Charity SC034364. The Charity has been established to help young people who suffer from Epilepsy.
In conjunction with the rest of my family I have set up an Honour Fund to raise money for the Charity. We plan lots of events and intend raising funds on a regular basis. In this way I can help young people, who like me, suffer from this debilitating condition.
Watch this page for regular updates on what is happening.
On the 26th Sept 2010, My mate Allan Felvus did a sponsered SKYDIVE in aid of our charity. Visit his justgiving page @ www.justgiving.com/allan-felvus I just want to say thanks to him for doing this because it is much appreciated.
A HUGE well done to Allan for completing his Skydive & raising an amazing £605. Have a look at the pics from his day. A big thank you to The Inn's Public House in Crossford for raising £120 with their Swear Box.
A HUGE well done to Allan for completing his Skydive & raising an amazing £605. Have a look at the pics from his day.
A big thank you to The Inn's Public House in Crossford for raising £120 with their Swear Box.
The amount collected in the collection tins to-date is £160.
The amount collected in the telephone boxes to-date is £124
My uncle Ian and Millar from the Inns are going to do the West Highland Way on 23rd March. http://www.justgiving.com/Ian-Fulton-WHW Go on yoursels!!!A big thankyou to Millar and Ian for raising an amazing £1,223 Well done to you both.
On 12th June we held a car boot sale and raised £127.Thank you to everyone who helped on the day and for all the donations recieved.
Charity Registration No. SC034354
Scottish Epilepsy Initiative works in Scotland for people with epilepsy. There are approximately 54,000 people in Scotland living with epilepsy. We work to provide practical support for people living with epilepsy across Scotland.
In memory of our son in law David who died 23rd January 1993...Fondly remembered xxx
Donation by Jim& Cis Neilly on 22/02/11
In memory of my sister who passed away 30/11/07..... Happy Birthday Big sis you are always in our thoughts xxxx
Donation by fiona grant on 08/02/11
In memory of my dad David Stewart who died 23rd January 1993...... love you always xxxx
Donation by Allan Felvus on 08/02/11
Keep Going Steven
Donation by Stuart Rennie on 14/09/10
+ £5.64 Gift Aid
Keep up the good work Steven... When's your mum doing the bungee jump in her bikini? :)
Donation by Elaine Burrows on 10/09/10
+ £14.10 Gift Aid
Donation by Elizabeth Neilly on 19/06/10
its a pleasure to donate in ann's memory and anything that will help find a cure for steven's illness. keep smiling steven. x
Donation by carol Whyteman on 18/06/10
Donation by Fiona Grant on 18/06/10
Donation by Ian Fulton on 18/06/10
+ £14.10 Gift Aid
- * Online donations£230.00
- Offline donations£2,359.46
- Text donations£0.00
- Total raised£2,589.46
- Gift Aid£33.85
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