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£1,108raised of £1,100 target by 29 supporters

    Weʼve raised £1,108 to aid Happy to Help continue their work around the world providing medical and educational support

    London to Brighton
    Funded on Tuesday, 3rd October 2017

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    Just one week to go before I pedal my way from London to Brighton on a cross country covering 54 miles. Though it will prove to be a personal physical challenge, I will be riding to represent the 'Happy to Help' team with their unified goal of achieving something greater.

    The Background

    'Happy to Help' was established in December 2013, inspired by the bravery of Milan Singh who was battling cancer of the abdomen at the tender age of three. Under the care of the Great Ormond Street Hospital, he successfully fought off the cancer and and was back to living a normal, playful childhood. However, in the Summer of 2015, Milan was diagnosed with AML leukaemia (a form of blood cancer) where sadly, his battle came to an end whilst awaiting a match for a bone marrow transplant. We have since aspired to carry on the work we began, in Milan's memory and for the many other children and families facing the same predicament.

    Happy to Help has developed relationships with The Anthony Nolan Trust, Delete Blood Cancer, Help for Heroes, Great Ormond Street Hospital and Little Haven's Hospice for Children, raising over £54,000. Evidently, your donations will be crucial in extending our aid further as well as expanding the organisation worldwide (having completed projects in UK, US, China, Peru and Tanzania). With zero overhead or internal admin fees, a little can really go a long way.

    The donations raised from this bike ride will be split between two of the causes we support, namely Little Haven's Hospice and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children. It will be used to buy Fabian machines, a piece of equipment which is used to help babies to breathe easier so they can sleep without difficulty during their treatment.

    Thank you in advance for your support which will give me the determination to reach the Brighton pier where after laying down our flag, I may perhaps write your names in the sand (or rather pebbles..) =)



    The Happy To Help Team

    Phone: +44(0) 793 121 4875



    Twitter: @htoh14 #happytohelp

    Instagram: happytohelp14



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      • Mandeep Singh

        Mandeep Singh

        Sep 25, 2017

        Goood luck :)

      • Shemeel Khan

        Shemeel Khan

        Sep 21, 2017

        Best of luck from Shemeel!


      • Jas Kundi

        Jas Kundi

        Sep 19, 2017

        The best of luck Bal, Preeti, Raman & Amrit


      • JS Ghatoray

        JS Ghatoray

        Sep 17, 2017

        The very best of luck.


      • Specsavers Hayes

        Specsavers Hayes

        Sep 16, 2017

        Good luck from the team at Specsavers Hayes!


      • Moor Park Capital Partners LLP

        Moor Park Capital Partners LLP

        Sep 16, 2017

        Proceeds from the cake sale at MPCP and generous extras!


      • Anonymous


        Sep 15, 2017

        From everyone in the office at Ameresco UK (London) - good luck Simran!!

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      Simran Kaur Khakha

      Simran Kaur Khakha

      London to Brighton

      We are a team of young professionals and students and act as a platform for first time fundraisers to raise awareness and funds through the things they love such as dance, singing, music and fitness. Since establishing in December 2013 we have raised more than £54,500

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