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    Weʼve raised £300 to Raise awareness of ATRT cancer and to help build an exhibition layout for raising funds for the childrens hospital, research , And Jordan

    Sheffield, United Kingdom
    Funded on Wednesday, 23rd May 2018

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    I Am writing to you regarding an issue regarding raising awareness of ATRT cancer. There is something i would like to ask everybody , and that is can you help us take Jordans layout to Exhibition at the Warley show at the NEC, in Birmingham in November this year. The layout in question is a charity layout aimed at raising awareness of childhood ATRT cancer but also to raise funds for the local hospital , and young jordans bucket list. I am wanting to try and keep you abreast of the current situation that we are at with Jordan and his fundraising. As you may have noticed we have now registered as a limited liability company before we go and apply to the charity commission. Jordan’s trust aims to use the funds it raises in three ways, to champion the raising of awareness of childhood ATRT cancer.

    To help towards funding of further research into ATRT cancer.

    To help the local cancer ward at the Sheffield children’s hospital,

    The last objective of the trust was to help with raising funds towards Jordan’s Bucket fund list.

    Young Jordan has improved in his health even though he still has cancer in brain near the brain stem. We have had some issues with his tracheostomy, which does cause issues of viral illness at times. He has just recently had an MRI scan for which we now have had the results and so far the cancer has not grown or spread. Jordan is also unable to eat or drink due to an unsafe swallow, which means he is fed through a peg inserted into his stomach. We sometimes struggle with Jordan because he wants to eat and drink and we have to stop him because it would do him harm.

    Part of contacting you was to ask if you would like to help The Jordan Reid Model Reid model Railway project, once again we now have been confirmed as being an entrant at the Warley show in November 2018. There are a few things still lacking from this 20-foot-long by 8-foot-wide project. The first half of Jordan’s project, is a scale 1:76 replica of Sheffield Midland Mainline Station the first five platforms. We have successfully managed to involve some 3D rendering companies to come in and help us with the frontage and internal structure of the station.

    We would also like to give the opportunity to Network Rail to become a sponsor for The Jordan Reid Trust. We feel that the support your company has given goes partly towards the awareness of childhood cancer. Though Jordan is only three I and his family feel we need to fight for all the other children that suffer from childhood ATRT cancer. We would like to make Jordan’s trust a recognisable name in the fight against childhood ATRT cancer.

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    • Kevan Adams6 months ago
      Kevan Adams

      Kevan Adams

      6 months ago

      I have just received some new information on Jordans type of cancer, the information has come from Doctor Jennifer Kelly. Jen lost her daughter to ATRT cancer when she was only 4 and now does research into these types of cancers. . https://www.gracekellyladybird.co.uk/rhaboid-tumour-booklet…

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    • Kevan Adams6 months ago
      Kevan Adams

      Kevan Adams

      6 months ago

      This is one of the images that was used by the daily mirror last week. https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/thomas-tank-engine-loving-boy-11907795 we only found this by chance a friend of ours sent the link through to us to say we had gone national. i am unsure if our message of awareness is getting through to people. Jordan and the other children like him deserve the chance to live their life. so please help us to help them.

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    • Kevan Adams7 months ago
      Kevan Adams

      Kevan Adams

      7 months ago

      Here is Jordans interview that is on BBC Sheffield website. https://www.facebook.com/bbcsheffield/videos/1807037489308523/

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    6

    • Dicky Lawton

      Dicky Lawton

      Mar 9, 2018

      £30.00

    • Evelyn Kelly

      Evelyn Kelly

      Mar 7, 2018

      I hope you make your target, Kevan. 😊

      £30.00

    • gareth robinson

      gareth robinson

      Feb 11, 2018

      Jordan’s video really made me look at life in a different perspective seeing that happy smile on his face whilst playing with those trains.Good luck

      £100.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Feb 9, 2018

      £10.00

    • Ran Jee

      Ran Jee

      Feb 2, 2018

      May Allah bless you with full recovery

    • Peter Hughes

      Peter Hughes

      Jan 25, 2018

      All the best to Jordan Reid - top work as always by the Children's Hospital.

      £30.00

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    Kevan Adams

    Kevan Adams

    Sheffield, United Kingdom

    i am supprting the awarenwss of ATRT cancer, and the fundraising towards ATRT research, The sheffield Childrens Hospital, and Jordans bucket list.

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