Hello my name is Paul Muldoon, I am from Glasgow in Scotland
In memory of my friend's son, "Wee Oscar" James Knox
I am taking part in a charity cycle from the London to Glasgow, where I will finish the cycle off in Belfast the home town of "Wee Oscar"
The event will take place between 3rd and 9th December 2014.
Along the journey, we plan to drop of some presents at some local hospitals, where in doing so hope to bring some joy to those little kids on those days.
I am taking part in this event for the following personal reasons,
1. In memory of our little hero Oscar Knox who gained his Angel's wings on Thursday 8th May 2014.
For those who do not know, Oscar was an inspiring five year old kid who had been fighting the rare children's cancer, Neuroblastoma for approx 2.5 years, during this time Oscar really touched many hearts and we have some really fond memories of his wonderful personality and smiles
2. Unfortunately within UK/IE, sustainability treatment for Neuroblastoma is not treated /funded within these islands and parents are required to raise between GBP 250/500 K to send their kids to Germany or US for treatment
3. I wish to continue to promote and raise funds for NCCA, Neuroblastoma Childrens Cancer Alliance.
I thankyou for taking time out to read my page,
I would appreciate if you could please help to donate to NCCA,
If you are not able to donate to NCCA, then I ask you to do one of the following this year,
1. Please pass the message on about Neuroblastoma to raise awareness
2. Next time you meet your councillor, MP, MEP, please ask them to lobby UK/Irish governments over the lack of funding for this treatment within these Islands.
Your assistance may help other families similar to Oscar's in the future
Cycling Santa's @nccauk
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