Weʼve raised £16,650 to to contribute towards Kirsty Aitchison's family fund. ***Please note we had to state a figure but we will be grateful for any donations***
- Funded on Saturday, 17th September 2016
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We would like to ask friends of the world to please support us by raising £2,000 to contribute towards Kirsty Aitchison's family fund. ***Please note had to state a figure but we will be grateful for any donations.***
We have lost a beautiful lady - Kirsty Aitchison. A lovely mum to four beautiful children. She was only 30 years old. Kirsty was a fantastic mum to her four children, they were her world. She always had something positive and funny to say about her children. They will be truly devastated.
Kirsty is well known and loved by her many friends and family members. It's kinda like one of our own who has been taken away from us. Our heart breaks for her family and most importantly her four children. They've lost a daughter, sister, cousin, mum, a best friend and someone they could have fun with.
Kirsty's death is a great shock, it was unexpected. She always had a smile on her face and she will be solely missed by everyone. She was young so no provision had been made for a funeral at this time in her life. Any contributions will help greatly.
Kirsty should have a beautiful funeral service to celebrate her life and provide comfort to her family and friends, and also Deaf / BSL communities. We really appreciate any donation whether it big or small.
All contributions will be spent on the funeral service and supporting Kirsty's children future.
Thank you for your kind support. Rest in peace Kirsty, we'll never forget you.
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Sep 15, 2016
UNISON Lanarkshire Health Branch - Gillian T
Nikki Reid and Mark Ramsay
Sep 5, 2016
Will ride 112 miles on Sunday in memory of my dad and your name KA ride high!!!Nikki will do 50 miles in memory of your name too KA. RIP GBNF.
Lanarkshire Deaf Club
Aug 11, 2016
Lanarkshire Deaf Club raised £800. £500 was given to the family to purchase a shed so the children could keep their toys and mementos of their mum in a safe place.
Thales Trade Union Committee
Jul 21, 2016
This donation is made by Robert Trotter on behalf of the trade union committee at Thales Optronics in Govan Glasgow
Jul 10, 2016
Jul 8, 2016
Jul 6, 2016
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