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£10,589
raised of £100,000 target by 461 supporters

    Weʼve raised £10,589 to fund life saving treatment for three years old Jorgie Rae Griffiths who is suffering from neuroblastoma. Each treatment is approx £10k.

    Preston, United Kingdom
    Funded on Wednesday, 14th August 2019

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    Neuroblastoma is an aggressive children’s cancer that has a high relapse rate within 5 years. Jorgie hasn’t been to play school yet due to being in and out of hospital for the last year and a half, she has endured chemotherapy plus high dose chemotherapy also a stem cell transplant she also suffered consequences of the transplant and was in an induced coma in the run up to Christmas 2016 for a month also missing her 2nd birthday. 2 major operations followed plus numerous infections and endless hospital stays. Immunotherapy followed and then 15 rounds of radiotherapy each with a general anesthetic. Not once has Jorgie complained but just got on with it❤️we have been given a chance to go to Michigan in the USA for life saving treatment which sadly isn’t funded by our own NHS! The treatment will cost about £200,000 which we are raising through a series of events.

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    • Diane Ireland1 year ago
      Diane Ireland

      Diane Ireland

      1 year ago

      Well over half the funds needed for Jorgie has now been raised and she has had three treatments in the USA so far. Jorgie is responding well to the drugs and is scheduled another trip out there around Christmas time. We have enough money to date to treat her until Christmas 2019. Keep an eye open for our future events. Thank you everyone for making this happen xx

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    • Diane Ireland2 years ago
      Diane Ireland

      Diane Ireland

      2 years ago

      Following a very generous, anonymous donation of £44000 we are now on track to fund over half the required treatment! Brilliant community spirit, thank you everybody 💕

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    • Diane Ireland2 years ago
      Diane Ireland

      Diane Ireland

      2 years ago
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    2 years ago

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    Page last updated on: 8/12/2019 00.29

    Supporters

    461

    • Jade Cross

      Jade Cross

      Aug 12, 2019

      This breaks my heart. I’m sorry I’ve only donated £3 but I have no money until the end of the month. I will contribute more. My prayers are with you 🙏🏼

      £3.00

    • Olivia Baines

      Olivia Baines

      Jul 3, 2019

      £3.00

    • Yasmine Chikhaoui

      Yasmine Chikhaoui

      Jul 2, 2019

      Stay strong ❤️

      £4.00

    • C innes

      C innes

      Jun 4, 2019

      💕💕💕💕

      £20.00

    • Sharon Chatburn

      Sharon Chatburn

      May 13, 2019

      God bless her .xxx

      £20.00

    • Stuart Mcintyre

      Stuart Mcintyre

      May 3, 2019

      This money was donated by Ewan Haswell... thanks EwanStuart Mcintyre

      £10.00

    • Tishy

      Tishy

      Apr 22, 2019

      Get well soon little one❤❤

      £10.00

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    Diane Ireland

    Diane Ireland

    Preston, United Kingdom

    I’m helping to raise funds for Jorgie Rae’s treatment because I’d like to think people would do the same for me if I was in that position. Jorgie and her family are very special people who need help treating their baby girl.

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