Weʼve raised £0 to Purchase vitality needed Dialysis machines to send to hospitals abroad were there vittaly need on behalf of our dad/friend.
- Newport, United Kingdom
- Closed on Monday, 4th December 2017
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On behalf of Mark Symonds who is currently fighting cancer.
We plan on the 5th/6th of October to start a mammoth trek up Snowdon mountain a total of 9 times using the Llanberis path...safest but longest path! Over the course of 3/4days...91 miles.
This will cover the total height of Mount Everest 🗻 8884 meters
We won't be doing this to get fit or because we're feeling a little crazy but to raise funds to buy dialysis machines for hospitals that need them abroad. This is something that our dad would like to raise funds for as it's very close to his heart.
In his own words... The dialysis machine is the reason that I'm here and I want to give something back.
A dialysis machine can varrie massively in price. £1500-£5000 + and there many hospitals around the world where this cost can not be met. On behalf of Mark Symonds and with the help of Moriston hospital these vitally important funds can help save thousands of lives.
Please help by donating every penny helps.
Participants: Sarahjane Bishop, Carl Symonds, Gemma Quick, John Lloyd, Sue Hawkswood & Sophie Lloyd (more to follow)
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Sarahjane Bishop (Symonds)
Newport, United Kingdom
I'm a fitness instructor with a mad group of family members and friends that want to help save as many lives as we can on behalf of our dad who is currently undergoing cancer treatment & continued dialysis. It's dads wish to save lives by providing more needed dialysis machines.