Please support vital research into Pancreatitis and diseases of the Pancreas at Liverpool University Hospital
raising funds for Pancreatitis Research for University of Liverpool Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund because they do vital work and really need your support
In memory of: Carl Cropley
£116.00 raised of £3,000.00 target
£116.00 raised so far
How to make a donation
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About The Charity
Pancreatic cancer is a devastating disease, killing 7,000 people each year in the UK. There are currently no suitable markers for early diagnosis and current treatments are largely ineffective. Research carried out in the Division of Surgery and Oncology at Liverpool University Hospital aims at understanding the causes of pancreatic cancer and finding treatments for this and other diseases of the pancreas.
There is currently no cure for acute pancreatitis. This means that treatment is based on supporting the functions of the body until the inflammation has passed. Both types of acute pancreatitis will require admission to hospital. Mild acute pancreatitis can be treated in a general hospital ward. Severe acute pancreatitis will require admission to a high dependency unit or an intensive care unit (ICU).
A vital part of their research is dependent on philanthropic donations. Every donation, however small is spent directly on pancreas research or treatment.
Why it is important to me
I am trying to raise much needed funding for Pancreatitis and Pancreatic Cancer Research at Liverpool University Hospital.
I am fundraising in memory of Carl Cropley, whom I have been so blessed and thankful to have known. He was a very loving, kind and caring man, who brought so much joy and laughter to those that knew him. Sadly he passed away suddenly and unexpectedly last year from Pancreatitis. He was still a young man, only 47 years old. It has been such a deep shock to me and to everyone who knew him. It was such a profound personal loss.
I want to raise awareness of the conditions and raise funds to support the tremendous services by Liverpool University Hospital Research into the causes and diseases of the Pancreas, and are asking you to help them by donating as much or as little as you can afford. Thank you.
What you get - Perks
Apart from helping a fantastic charity and those in need, you will also get some fantastic perks everytime you donate as a thank you for helping a great cause.
From £2.00 to £6.00 donation - a shout out from my Twitter page.
For every £10.00 donation - I will send you a lovely Thank You card
For £20.00 donation - A Twitter shout out and a Thank you card.
For £30.00 donation - You will receive a beautiful Thank you card and one random poem written by myself.
For £50.00 donation - All of the above plus - Your choice of a small handmade special gift or One e-book cover design (no consultation) for your book.
For £100.00 donation - You get everything and an e-book cover designed for your book (with consultation)
More Perks coming soon!
I am hoping to raise at least £3,000 for the charity. So please help me to help them.
'Every little helps' as they say.
Thank you so very much for your kindness and time,
My Twitter page is: https://twitter.com/Designsequences
ALL donations go directly to the charity and NOT to me.
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I will be updating this page with news and info about the marathon and other relevant info.
Thank you so much to the kind person who made a £50 donation to this wonderful cause. Thank you and Bless you :) x
Thank you so much to the person who donated £20 today. It means so much. Thank you
I thought I had one company donation of a prize for the raffle. but although have filled in a form, have heard nothing back. I will keep trying other companies and also buy somethings myself for the raffle.
The Raffle for the Christmas Hamper will commence 22nd November to the 7th December. At the moment I am trying to gather items from various companies and shops for the hamper. I hope to raise at least a minimum of £400. Fingers crossed. More updates soon.
October 2014 UPDATE: I will be raffling a gorgeous hamper this Christmas at markets and fairs I attend, in aid of Pancreatitis Research at the Liverpool University Hospital in loving memory of Carl Cropley. More updates soon.
Raising money for
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The UK's largest pancreas treatment centre, offering and developing the latest clinical treatments for pancreatic cancer, acute pancreatitis and chronic pancreatitis and one of the world's leading pancreas research centres.
in recognition of those who have suffered from pancreatic disease
Donation by Anonymous on 02/05/15
in memory of Fiona MacDonald
Donation by Anonymous on 26/01/15
+ £5.00 Gift Aid
Donation by Anonymous on 03/05/13
Hi Jess, I don't know you but I think this is a great cause. My boyfriend suffers from pancreatitis and clearly more research is needed. Good luck X
Donation by Joanna Perkins on 28/04/13
Great cause Jess, I know it's close to your heart. Good luck xx
Donation by Jackie Davies on 27/04/13
+ £2.50 Gift Aid
Donation by Anonymous on 26/03/13
Donation by John Fraser on 25/03/13
+ £2.50 Gift Aid
Donation by Anonymous on 25/03/13
Donation by Emily Keal on 25/03/13
Bonne chance Jess!
Donation by Maria Richardson on 09/02/13
+ £1.25 Gift Aid
- * Online donations£102.00
- Offline donations£1.00
- Text donations£13.00
- Total raised£116.00
- Gift Aid£24.25
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