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£296raised of £200 target by 13 supporters

    Weʼve raised £296 to Provide funds for Fabian’s Childhood Cancer Trust

    Thames Ditton, UK
    Funded on Monday, 19th November 2018

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    I have been lucky enough to get a ballot place in the RideLondon cycle event on July 29th (46 mile). For those that know me, I'm not built for cycling therefore this is definitely a challenge! I have decided to try and raise some money for a charity that we have become very aware of since moving to this area, Fabian's Childhood Cancer Trust.

    "Fabian’s Childhood Cancer Trust supports families who have a child diagnosed with cancer. The aim is to make life a little bit easier for those going through difficult times and to let them know that someone cares."

    Please check out the website so you can see the good work they are trying to do

    They are a small charity, therefore everything donated, no matter how small, makes a huge difference. The Charity was set up for a very special reason...

    Fabian was diagnosed with Leukaemia in 2006 at 4 years old, as a youngster growing up on the outskirts of London. After years of treatment at Kingston Hospital and two bone marrow transplants with his sister at the Royal Marsden and Great Ormond Street Hospitals, Fabian took part in a world-breaking gene therapy medical trial. Sadly, we lost Fabian, age 12, on Remembrance Day 11/11/2014.

    If you can help, I would be extremely grateful and you'll be helping a very special charity

    Many Thanks in advance


    Additionally The Trust is supporting Professor Irving from The Irving Laboratory at Newcastle University in their research in to Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL)for children who have relapsed or are likely to relapse. Their results have prompted an international clinical trial of a MEK inhibitor for children who have multiple relapsed ALL. Ongoing work in the laboratory aims to work out whether MEK inhibitors would be even more effective in combination with other drugs and if used earlier in treatment might prevent relapse



    • Matt Rogers10 months ago
      Matt Rogers

      Matt Rogers

      10 months ago

      Thanks Sarah and Denise & Bill, Much appreciated! I have had £90 donated in cash and £20 directly to the Fabian Trust website so well over target which is amazing news Thanks to everyone!

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    • Matt Rogers1 year ago
      Matt Rogers

      Matt Rogers

      1 year ago

      Thanks to the sponsorship that's come in to date. I've contacted you all individually but I am very grateful and every penny goes directly to the charity and provides incredible support Big Thanks!

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    • Maca


      Jul 31, 2018

      Best of luck pal!


    • Gareth Palmer

      Gareth Palmer

      Jul 29, 2018

      Go short legs!


    • Karl Downes

      Karl Downes

      Jul 29, 2018

      Good luck blip mate .🚲👍


    • Tarun Yadav

      Tarun Yadav

      Jul 29, 2018

      Well done fella & good luck


    • Rhys Anstee

      Rhys Anstee

      Jul 28, 2018

      Good luck champ 👍


    • Denise & Bill

      Denise & Bill

      Jul 28, 2018


    • Sarah Jones

      Sarah Jones

      Jul 28, 2018

      Good luck! 😊 It sounds an amazing cause x


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