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£120raised of £100 target by 3 supporters

    Weʼve raised £120 to Raise funds for the Lanarkshire Transplant Team to attend the British Transplant Games in Birmingham to raise awareness for organ donation

    Glasgow, United Kingdom
    Funded on Sunday, 17th September 2017

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    So 2 and 1/2 years ago my dad and our families life changed significantly when my dad was given his kidney and pancreas transplant which he has recovered well from. Unfortunately this was only able to happen due to someones loss of their loved one. A major way in which organ donation awareness is raised is through the transplant games. My dad will be taking part in the games next year and is taking part in a sponsored cycle from Killin to Callandar (21.6 miles) to raise money for the Lanarkshire Transplant Team.

    Any donations big or small are greatly appreciated



    Heather Robinson

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      Page last updated on: 9/5/2017 11:51 AM



      • Anonymous


        Sep 5, 2017


      • Tracey McDowall

        Tracey McDowall

        Aug 20, 2017

        Good luck from the McDowalls x


      • Anonymous


        Aug 20, 2017

        Pleasure to donate to this worthwhile cause xxx


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      Heather Robinson

      Heather Robinson

      Glasgow, United Kingdom

      Organ donation awareness

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