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Weʼre raising £50,000 to help a 41 year old Mum with terminal cancer make lasting memories and explore alternative treatments to prolong her life

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Time for Toni.
Our wonderful friend and colleague, Toni Walton has Triple Negative Breast Cancer.
She is only 41 and lives and works in Leicester. She has 2 beautiful children, Jordan is 24 and Lourdes is only 16!
Toni was diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer in April 2017; she had a lumpectomy and chemotherapy, hoping that this would be enough to treat the cancer.
In December 2018, she received the devastating news that the cancer had returned and had spread to her bones and liver. She is now classed as Stage 4 – incurable!
She has a close loving family and desperately wants to prolong her life, a little while longer, in order to spend every possible minute creating memories and squeezing some enjoyment out of her last months. She has spent her working life caring for sick and dying babies and children, first as a ‘Princess Diana Nurse’ and now at the Leicester Royal Infirmary as a nursery nurse, where she occasionally gets to work with her sister Asher Walton, who works as a midwife.
She is continuing to work while she is able to, and is hoping to pursue the option of alternative treatments, which are expensive and not available on the NHS.
Her goal is to be able to celebrate her daughter, Lourdes’s 18th birthday and take her children to Disneyland Paris.
Please join us in giving a donation, no amount is too small.
We want to support Toni, so that she can spend time with her family, making memories and researching anything that will enable her daughter, Lourdes, to celebrate her 18th with her mum.

Thank you so much.

Triple Negative Breast Cancer only occurs in 15% of all breast cancers. Unfortunately if it spreads it is the most aggressive and difficult to treat. This type of breast cancer generally means a very poor prognosis as there are currently no licensed drugs in the UK, therefore patients depend solely on chemotherapy and research trials.

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  • Asher Walton1 day ago
    Asher Walton

    Asher Walton

    1 day ago

    A very big thank you to the "walking team" donations offline for their sponsored walk so far are £360....Good luck for your walk. Another offline donation of £50 received today....thank you to LS for your donation x We are doing're all wonderful people. Xx

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  • Asher Walton4 days ago
    Asher Walton

    Asher Walton

    4 days ago

    A very big thank you to Mr Skye and all at st Joseph's school for thier off line donation of £225!!! Thankyou so much

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  • Asher Walton8 days ago
    Asher Walton

    Asher Walton

    8 days ago

    Thank you everyone for your support so far. We are all helping on matter how big or small the donations. We truly are thankful. We have also received a number of offline donations and raffle money of £50.

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Page last updated on: 2/16/2019 17.58



  • satvinder Chies

    satvinder Chies

    Feb 16, 2019


  • ian walton

    ian walton

    Feb 14, 2019


  • Shez


    Feb 13, 2019

    ❤️ really sorry to hear about this, my love to Toni and the family x


  • julia austin

    julia austin

    Feb 12, 2019

    just a token, hoping it adds to your chances of making memories with your family . With very best wishesJulia


  • Anonymous


    Feb 12, 2019


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    Feb 11, 2019

  • Anonymous


    Feb 11, 2019

    Good luck with everything wishing you lots of strength. Michelle xx


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