Weʼve raised £66 to raise money to buy a caravan for terminally ill people and their families to use for free.
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- Funded on Saturday, 18th March 2017
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In loving memory of Tracey Pugh who sadly lost her life to cancer in 2016, our aim is to raise money for our new charity, Tracey’s Dream.
Our ambition is to buy a caravan for terminally ill patients and their families to go on short breaks together, importantly offering this out for free.
Whilst ill Tracey was brave and courageous and still wanted to enjoy life to the fullest, but, despite this her illness meant she was unable to travel too far. She unfortunately passed away just before her 50th birthday and one of her ambitions was to help others who were suffering the way she was. This is where we come in. We would like to start with buying a caravan for patients in and around the Birmingham area, with hopes of expanding this around the country in the years to come.
In one year, one caravan can bring 42 week of joy and happiness to 42 families who are suffering either directly or indirectly with life shortening illnesses. This equates to 7,056 precious hours of enjoyment and crucial family time for these brave people to take their mind of their illness and have some fun!
For more information on our cause, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stephen Pugh3 months ago
thank you xxxxxxx
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Feb 24, 2017
This is the money from my work collection pot . Every little helps xx
Feb 9, 2017
god bless your mom would be so proud .
Dec 24, 2016
Thinking of your beautiful Tracey and yourselves today and always x
Dec 23, 2016
Best Wishes Stephen from Jo, Dan and Dave
Nov 25, 2016
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