Your friends are fundraising. Don't miss out, opt in.

We did it!

Rosie Harrison raised £670 from 15 supporters


Start your own crowdfunding page

Closed 24/09/2017



£670raised of £500 target by 15 supporters

    Weʼve raised £670 to support the Lewis Moodie Foundation and the Danny Porter Foundation.

    Cornwall, UK
    Funded on Sunday, 24th September 2017

    What is crowdfunding?

    Crowdfunding is a new type of fundraising where you can raise funds for your own personal cause, even if you're not a registered charity.

    The page owner is responsible for the distribution of funds raised.


    On Saturday 5th August, I am taking part in the Super Serious Swim of 3.2 miles along the North Cornish Coast in aid of the Lewis Moodie Foundation and The Danny Porter Foundation.

    The Lewis Moody Foundation supports young families tackling serious illness. The charity aims to raise money to fund vital research into brain tumours, reduce diagnosis times through the HeadSmart campaign and give families affected much needed respite and the chance to create special memories. Brain tumours are the biggest cancer killer of children and adults under 40 and I know that many of us have friends, or friends of friends, affected by this.

    Secondly, The Danny Porter Foundation was set up by Dan, my husband's lifelong best friend (and I quite like him too). In May 2005, shortly after the birth of his first son, Dan was diagnosed with ACC (Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma) - a rare facial cancer.

    Since this diagnosis Dan has had several major surgeries that have involved the loss of his right eye and most of the bone structure in the right hand side of his face and nasal cavities, necessitating extensive restructuring. He has also undergone rigorous and pioneering radiotherapy and chemotherapy treatments. Despite this, Dan has remained positive and launched The Danny Porter Foundation which has, to date, raised over £100,000 to help with the fight against cancer.

    So, in support of our amazing Dan and the Lewis Moodie Foundation, I will be attempting to swim 3.2 miles along the North Cornish Coast (and yes, the 0.2 bit is relevant as at this stage, I will be crying into the sea). This swim is way out of my comfort zone (I could do with 6 months training and longer arms) but I will give it a bloody good shot. So please, grab your purses and throw some cash in my direction if you can. I will do my very best.



    Rosie Harrison

    Updates appear here

      1 year ago

      Rosie Harrison started crowdfunding

      Leave a message of support

      Page last updated on: 8/4/2017 5:14 PM



      • Tim Stimpson

        Tim Stimpson

        Aug 4, 2017

        Good luck. From the Stimmo's xx


      • Catherine Claypole

        Catherine Claypole

        Aug 3, 2017

        Well done love. Don't drown. Love Catherine, John, Joe, Grace and Annabelle xxx


      • Barry Jacques

        Barry Jacques

        Aug 3, 2017

        Always up for a challenge and always successful, Rosie. Very impressed. Do the 0.2km first, that will leave you free to focus on the final 3! x


      • Melanie Alderson

        Melanie Alderson

        Aug 2, 2017

        Good luck Rosie!!


      • Anonymous


        Aug 1, 2017

        You can do it ! Hope its a nice day and not too much of a swell.And don't forget your goggles.Love Mum and Dad xx


      • Hanah Spillebeen

        Hanah Spillebeen

        Jul 31, 2017

        Well done Rosie love Hanah and Spillers xx


      • Anonymous


        Jul 31, 2017

        Good luck Rosie. Swimming for two excellent causes, no pressure.


      Great people make things happen

      Do you know anyone in need or maybe want to help a local community cause?

      Create you own page and donʼt let that cause go unfunded!

      About Crowdfunding
      About the fundraiser
      Rosie Harrison

      Rosie Harrison

      Cornwall, UK

      On Saturday 5th August, I am taking part in the Super Serious Swim of 3.2 miles along the North Cornish Coast in aid of the Lewis Moodie Foundation and The Danny Porter Foundation.

      Report this Page