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£267raised of £500 target by 25 supporters

    Weʼve raised £267 to purchase basic marketing materials for a group that is being set up to help raise awareness of Pancreatic Cancer.

    Red Lodge, United Kingdom
    Funded on Saturday, 21st October 2017

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    In July 2016 my world changed forever, my beautiful strong and inspirational mother was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer.

    More needs to be done to raise awareness of this awful disease and achieve earlier diagnosis, giving families hope for the future.

    I have decided to set up the group with two main aims:

    To raise awareness of pancreatic cancer, its signs and symptoms

    To raise money for two charities:

    The Elizabeth Coteman Fund, a local charity supporting families affected by pancreatic cancer


    Pancreatic Cancer UK

    I have set this page up in hope people will be willing to donate a little to help cover the costs of basic start-up materials, including T-shirts, leaflets, large pull-up banner and, if possible, a website.

    All money raised will go directly toward purchasing items to help the group get off to the best start possible.

    Thank you for taking the time to read my request, all donations are greatly appreciated.

    Thank you x💜x



    • Julie Wilcock1 year ago
      Julie Wilcock

      Julie Wilcock

      1 year ago

      Thank you for your support, to date we have raised £1400 to help with the set up costs of be wise, over £1100 of this has come through of line donations. You still have time to donate, please help me to make a difference. Thank you Julie xx

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    • Julie Wilcock1 year ago
      Julie Wilcock

      Julie Wilcock

      1 year ago

      Yesterday BE WISE held its first public event at Tesco Newmarket where a raffle tickets were on sale, we raised over £500 and sales of tickets will continue for a few more days. All money raised will go directly towards purchasing materials to help BE WISE raise awareness of Pancreatic Cancer.

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    Page last updated on: 9/1/2017 2:58 PM



    • Hannah Sammons

      Hannah Sammons

      Aug 22, 2017

      Thinking of you at this sad time! Good luck with all your fund raising x


    • Anne-Marie Nelson

      Anne-Marie Nelson

      Aug 22, 2017

      £5 for 3 raffle tickets


    • Jessica Monk

      Jessica Monk

      Aug 19, 2017

      Donation for raffle tickets and the start up of BE WISE. Thinking of you and your family at this sad time. Your mum would be so proud of what you are doing. Lots of love. Jess, Dave & Florence xx


    • Linda Brierley

      Linda Brierley

      Aug 19, 2017

      We hope you hit your target soon. Much Love Chris, Linda and Connah xxx




      Aug 18, 2017

    • Michaela Wick

      Michaela Wick

      Aug 17, 2017

      Good luck julie. Joanne Michaela wick for raffle tickets xx


    • Kamila Galysa

      Kamila Galysa

      Aug 16, 2017

      Well done for doing this, you're doing your mum very proud and helping others for the future xx


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    Julie Wilcock

    Julie Wilcock

    Red Lodge, United Kingdom

    35 years old, from Red Lodge Suffolk. I want to help raise awareness of Pacreatic Cancer following the devastating diagnosis of my mother in July 2016. Mum wasn't curable, more needs to be done to raise awareness which will hopefully lead to earlier diagnosis.

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