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robbiesrally - helping children with brain tumours

by raising funds through adventurous activities for Southampton Hospital Charity because 'Robbies Rehab' treats kids with brain tumours .

68 %
£446,211
raised of £650,000 target
by 355 supporters
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Southampton Hospital Charity

We raise vital funds to enhance facilities and services at UHS

Charity Registration No. 1051543

Story

In 2015, Robbie Keville, 9, having already lost his mummy Kate to cancer, started his own charity - 'robbiesrally'. Family, friends and others have organised many events to support the charity. When Robbie himself died in February 2016, his family promised to continue the charity in his memory and for other children with brain tumours. We aim to give the children the rehabilitation they need to have the best chance of a full recovery and a normal and happy life. In 2017, 'Robbie's Rehab' - 100% funded by robbiesrally - was formed.

Importantly, 100% of any funds that you donate go direct to the charity. Events themselves are privately funded with contributions, if we can get them, from organisations wishing to help. 

'Robbie's Rehab' is  based at Southampton Hospital benefitting children who are recovering from brain tumours by providing specialist staff to care for them as they struggle to rebuild their lives. Building on a current fund of nearly £500,000, the team (pictured) provides a unique home-visiting and outpatient service to approximately 25 children every year.

Many events have already been achieved - see www.robbiesrally.com and www.facebook.com/robbiesrally.

This is a generic fundraising page for the charity. There are many other event-specific pages. Thus far, we have raised in excess of £475,000 for a total target of £750,000 by June, 2019.

Our heartfelt thanks for your support!


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  • Proud Robbie with Bear - our Patron.
  • Our New Logo! +8

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