Remembering Lizzy Bremer

Our fundraising achievements in memory of Lizzy Bremer

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About Lizzy Bremer

  • Born on: 03/07/2011

  • Died on: 05/07/2013 , 2 years old

  • Lived in: London, United Kingdom

Amount we’ve raised in Lizzy’s memory $140,473.02

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Neuroblastoma UK

Neuroblastoma UK

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  • Donation by Sayers Lisa

    As always....with much love and kindest thoughts to you, your fab 3 boys and beautiful Angel Lizzy xxxxx

    £60.00

    + £15.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Kenneth Thorn

    Good Luck Maria - you are so brave to take on this challenge. Lots of love from Aunty Mary and Uncle Ken xxx

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

Events we're doing

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  • 07Jul

    Man vs coast

Our fundraising pages 28

  • Maria-Jones10

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    I don't know what I've let myself in for, but I'm taking part in this 22 mile running event (Including some coasteering) from Marazion to Lands End. As some of you know I lost my beautiful niece Lizzy to a rare form of childhood cancer called Neuroblastoma. I'm doing this in memory of her. Neuroblastoma Uk is a small charity that  funds vital research and is always in need of funds. 

    Wish me luck!

    Thank you

    ✌️❤️

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving - they'll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they'll send your money directly to the charity. So it's the most efficient way to donate - saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $345.36

  • Andy-Wicking

    Last year I attempted Beyond the Ultimate Ice Ultra a 230km footrace across the Arctic.  Unfortunately I got hypothermia halfway through day 4 and was 15 minutes from dying. Thanks to the amazing medical team I made it through to have a second go. 

    So starting on 20th February i will be attempting this race again. Last time I said “I’ll finish it or die trying” I actually failed at both. This year I WILL complete it. 

    So the  race is a 230km foot race split into 5 stages taking in Arctic tundra and frozen lakes all set against a back drop of white topped mountains.

    The days are short and the course is long; i know to expect long periods running in darkness, following a marked route by head torch, under skies free of light pollution and filled with stars and sightings of aurora.

    As a self-sufficient race I will be responsible for carrying my entire kit, including food, safety equipment and a minimum of 1.5 litres of water which can be re-filled at checkpoints along the stages. I’lll need some specialist gear to take on the conditions the Arctic Circle can throw at me.

    Accommodation each night is provided by way of remote huts and teepee tents with open fires for warmth.

    I am doing this in memory for a very dear friend whose daughter sadly lost her life to childhood cancer. Please read the story below and thank you in advance for your donations.

    Lizzy had an incredibly rare strain of a very rare and aggressive childhood cancer. She was diagnosed with stage 4 high risk Neuroblastoma in January last year. This affects around 25% of the 100 children a year who get this disease. She was, staggeringly, 1 of only 15 children in the UK being treated at this level. Sadly, current treatments can be ineffective if a child's tumours have an amplification of the MYC-N gene. After responding incredibly well to her first 10 rounds of chemo, Lizzy completely stopped responding to any UK treatments available and the disease raged through her little body, taking control in a matter of weeks. THIS IS SEEN IN ONLY 1 OR 2 CHILDREN A YEAR IN THE ENTIRE UK. She lived only 3 weeks after we were told the cancer was deemed no longer curable.


    In the weeks to follow, a new diagnosis was heard. Lizzy had ULTRA HIGH RISK NEUROBLASTOMA. This refers to a child that does not survive beyond the 1st 6 months. Sadly this diagnosis cannot be applied until after death, because doctors can't predict how each child's tumours will behave.


    At the moment there are many efforts being made in clinical studies to find treatments to control the gene that causes this, none yet successful.

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    Total so far:

    $4,077.86

  • runpatrickbremerrun

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    In 2013, two days after her second birthday, my wonderful niece Lizzy Bremer was taken from us to Neuroblastoma; a type of children's cancer. I have watched in awe as so many friends and family have run marathons, cycled, and even hiked across the Arctic tundra in memory of Lizzy, raising awareness and helping fund further research and care for children affected by cancer. Great Ormond Street Hospital looked after Lizzy back in 2013, I would like to do my bit to help them continue the fantastic care and support they offer to children and their families.

    This September Maija and I will be taking part in the Berlin Marathon, and with your encouragement we shall run/crawl/fall over the finish line 26 miles later. I'll also be running the Richmond Park 10 mile run on Sunday June 4th, and a few others over the summer months which I shall add as I go. This will be my first marathon, so any donations you can afford towards such a good cause will surely help motivate me to get off my arse and out running for Lizzy B!

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

    Thank you!

    Patrick

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    Total so far:

    $786.83

  • andrew-wicking

    Starting on Friday the 24th February i will be competing in a 230km foot race split into 5 stages taking in Arctic tundra and frozen lakes all set against a back drop of white topped mountains.

    The days are short and the course is long; runners should expect long periods running in darkness, following a marked route by head torch, under skies free of light pollution and filled with stars and sightings of aurora.

    As a self-sufficient race you are responsible for carrying your entire kit, including food, safety equipment and a minimum of 1.5 litres of water which can be re-filled at checkpoints along the stages.  You’ll need some specialist gear to take on the conditions the Arctic Circle can throw at you.

    Accommodation each night is provided by way of remote huts and teepee tents with open fires for warmth.

    I am doing this in memory of a very dear friend who's daughter sadly lost her life to childhood cancer. please read the story below and thank you in advance for your donations.

    Lizzy had an incredibly rare strain of a very rare and aggressive childhood cancer. She was diagnosed with stage 4 high risk Neuroblastoma in January last year. This affects around 25% of the 100 children a year who get this disease. She was, staggeringly, 1 of only 15 children in the UK being treated at this level. Sadly, current treatments can be ineffective if a child's tumours have an amplification of the MYC-N gene. After responding incredibly well to her first 10 rounds of chemo, Lizzy completely stopped responding to any UK treatments available and the disease raged through her little body, taking control in a matter of weeks. THIS IS SEEN IN ONLY 1 OR 2 CHILDREN A YEAR IN THE ENTIRE UK. She lived only 3 weeks after we were told the cancer was deemed no longer curable.


    In the weeks to follow, a new diagnosis was heard. Lizzy had ULTRA HIGH RISK NEUROBLASTOMA. This refers to a child that does not survive beyond the 1st 6 months. Sadly this diagnosis cannot be applied until after death, because doctors can't predict how each child's tumours will behave.


    At the moment there are many efforts being made in clinical studies to find treatments to control the gene that causes this, none yet successful.


    Funds are desperately needed to progress research to the point where other little angels, like our baby, don't have to suffer and die at the hands of what is otherwise a rampant disease. On average 50% of children survive at least 5 years or more..... and 50% dont.

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    Total so far:

    $2,804.03

  • Miriam-Bremer2

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.


    This will be my 4th marathon and my 3rd London marathon, to raise crucial funds for children who suffer or will one day suffer from cancer.

    It's a very sensitive, rarely talked about and rather dark subject, and as many of you know we had to let our sweet 2 year old daughter, Lizzy go to the illness less than 3 years ago.

    This year I am running for Children with Cancer UK - childrenwithcancer.org.uk with the aim to raise £1,500.

    My family, many friends and I continue to campaign in Lizzy's memory, and in the name and honour of so many other children who face the threat of a short life.

    So many of you have been unimaginably supportive in our efforts to make a difference in the lives of these kids and their families, and your continued support means so very much to us.

    Although I've been through that infamous 26.2 mile journey and all the training that goes with it a few times now, BY GOD it's murder with a 7 month old.... in your 40's!!!! So I am having to dig extra extra deep this year 😖

    If you feel so inclined, please donate at the link. Your contribution, no matter how small, WILL make a difference in a child's life...
    Thank you ♥


    Miriam xxx

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    Total so far:

    $5,189.23

  • Rebecca-Rogoff1

    I'm thrilled (....& a little nervous) to announce that I have secured myself a place in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 on Sunday, August 2nd & have chosen to cycle for Children with Cancer again.

    However much I loved the event last year - and I did - it's still 100 miles through London & the Surrey hills and requires months of hill training and dedication starting now.

    I'm sure most of you will know why I've chosen Children with Cancer - I will be flying the Lizzy B flag again with love, pride & longing - I, along with our family, feel passionately that we are more than able to help children, like our Lizzy, fight cancer, or, perhaps in the future, avoid it altogether - now, isn't that a great thought.

    So I ask you to pledge any amount you can, no matter how small, to keep me inspired and on track, all of which goes quickly & directly to Children with Cancer.

    I really do appreciate all your support and thank you for any donations you can make.

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $0.00

  • AdamFisherBrighton2015

    My life like most others has in some way been affected by some form of cancer. 

    For Lizzy Bremer her battle was lost due to a nasty form of cancer called Neuroblastoma. Her resilient family continue to battle the loss of her and many other children and their family's continue their fight. 

    It is my hope that together, with my running legs, and some small (or large) donations from all of you we can raise money for the Neuroblastoma Society. It all adds up and I hope that I can inspire you to donate a little. And together our efforts can inspire those affected by Neuroblastoma to keep fighting or to keep holding on to the beautiful memories of their loved ones. 

    Sometimes life isn't about the the little things. We need to collaborate to aid the bigger picture. Sometime in life you 'just do'. 

    Most of you have donated to my many endeavours for charity over the years and I am always thankful. Can I challenge you to donate again?

    Sincerely as always,
    Adam

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    Total so far:

    $358.64

  • phillipa-woodgate

    Thank you for getting this far, and if you're able to make a donation I will be so very grateful.

    Many of you will know the heartbreaking story of Lizzie Bremer, a life that was cut so tragically short by the very rare form of childhood cancer that is Neuroblastoma. To see my closest friends torn apart by the loss of their beautiful little girl is just beyond pain, so now it's my turn to get outside my comfort zone in a serious way and show my support and strength for them. 

    Having just broken the 40 mile mark on my bike yesterday, I now feel that I can put this page up and start to raise some money, with the hope that I will actually be able to finish the grueling 100 mile ride in August.

    Please give whatever you can, every penny raised helps to show this horrendous illness that it can't win, and we will find a cure. Please share this link with friends and family to help raise as much money as possible in memory of the irreplaceable Lizzie B

    Peace and love 

    Phillipa x

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    Total so far:

    $1,677.61

  • RideWithMe4LizzyB

    Alex Bremer has been my best friend since we first met as 7 year olds and we have shared many memories in that time. Just over 2 years ago, he and his remarkable wife Mimi lost their 2 year old daughter Lizzy, to a rare and aggressive cancer called Neuroblastoma. Ever since, they have battled tirelessly to raise awareness of the disease, as well as considerable funds for the Neuroblastoma Society.

    On August 2nd 2015, I’ll be riding alongside Alex in a 100 mile cycle ride from the Olympic Park, down through the Surrey hills and finishing on the Mall. I feel privileged to be raising funds for the society's research into Neuroblastoma and you can help me make a difference.

    Your donations will not only spur me as I take on the hill climbs of the London 2012 Olympic route, but more importantly they will help to prevent other parents, like Alex and Mimi, suffering in a way I can’t even imagine.

    Ride with me 4 Lizzy B

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $1,992.44

  • Ryan-Brown6

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    Last July my dear friends Alex and Miriam Bremer lost their sweet little girl, Lizzy, to Neuroblastoma - a rare and aggressive form of childhood cancer.  Lizzy passed away just two days after her second birthday, but in her short life - particularly during her courageous six-month battle against this terrible disease - Lizzy created an inspiring legacy which has truly touched the hearts of all those who know the Bremer family personally...and many many more around the world.

    It is in honor of Lizzy's immeasurable courage and soaring spirit that I have decided to participate in the 2014 Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100.  This single-day event follows much of the cycle route from the 2012 Olympics, and promises to be as challenging as it is rewarding.  

    As I begin my training for the ride, I have set a goal to raise $2,000 for the Neuroblastoma Society in memory of Lizzy.

    Worldwide a child is diagnosed with cancer every three minutes, and it kills more children than asthma, cystic fibrosis, diabetes and pediatric AIDS combined.  While Neuroblastoma is rare, it is still the most common form of cancer in infants and young children.  Many efforts are currently being made in clinical studies to find treatments to control the gene that causes Neuroblastoma.  Sadly, none have been successful.  

    There is a way to change that:

    AWARENESS = FUNDING = RESEARCH = A CURE

    Any donation you may be able to give would be gratefully appreciated.  Please join me in honoring the legacy of Lizzy Bremer by doing all we can to fight and conquer Neuroblastoma.

    To learn more about Lizzy and her amazing family please take a moment to watch the short film below that my wife and I made.

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $4,270.44

  • RedlandDanceandPilates

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    Last year, an old school colleague from Elmhurst Ballet School, lost her beautiful 2 year old daughter Lizzy to childhood cancer Neuroblastoma. Since then, Lizzy's family has worked tirelessly to raise awareness and funds for Neuroblastoma. We are in awe of their strength, courage and grace and we are completely inspired to help. 

    At Redland Dance and Pilates, from 5th-10th May 2104 we have a week of fundraising events happening. 

    All profits from Kinderballet classes will be donated to the charity. A huge thank you to Kinderballet for donating their royalties for the week and for donating a tiny tutu for the raffle. Also at Kinderballet, photographer Lianne Goodwin will be taking photos of our Kinderballerinas as part of our fund raising event.

    For our other students, raffle tickets, free dress days, bake stalls and gold ribbons will be available for gold coin donations.

    Saturday 10th May will see an Xtend Barre Boot Camp with all profits going to the charity. Entry fee will include a raffle ticket to win an Xtend Barre goody bag. With thanks to Xtend Barre Australia for their kind donation.

    Saturday will also see us host a movie night for the kids at the studios, with proceeds from the ticket prices going to the cause. 

    Should you wish to make a donation outside of the above activities, please donate through this page! Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

    Thank you for your support.

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    Total so far:

    $1,982.55

  • ride4lizzy

    Our treasured daughter, Lizzy, passed away peacefully in our arms as we sat in the sunshine on Clapham Common last July... just 2 days after her 2nd birthday.

    In the months since then Miriam & I have been the unwilling passengers on a roller-coaster of grief and sadness the like of which I could never had thought possible before Lizzy became ill - but we’re also on an extraordinary journey of discovery and enlightenment; a journey that has revealed a sense of strength and purpose that again we could not have anticipated, and for that gift I am eternally grateful to my beautiful daughter.

    With this in mind, and aware as I am of the unbelievable efforts made by my wife to raise funds and awareness that benefit the fight against childhood cancer, I have taken the plunge and, perhaps foolishly, agreed to take part in the 2015 Prudential Ride London & Surrey 100 Mile Race.

    I can feel the rising panic in my poor old bicycle, and so must now start to get into some sort of shape other than amorphous. I therefore ask that all those who knew & loved my beautiful child stick their hands in their digital pockets to support her poor old Dad during his hour of madness…

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $3,431.25

  • Geraldine-Jones

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    Last year on July 5th 2013, 2 days after her 2nd birthday, Lizzy, our friends Miriam and Alex's beautiful daughter, very sadly lost her life to Neuroblastoma, the vicious cancer she had fought for 6 months.

    Miriam and Alex's world has been completely turned upside down and yet they have continued working tirelessly to raise awareness - including running marathons and long cycling races - to help others.

    Funds are desperately needed to progress research on Neuroblastoma, so that other children, like Lizzy, do not have to suffer from this awful disease.

    Please sponsor Josh or me (or both), for these events. The money raised for Neuroblastoma society goes exclusively to research.

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity

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    Total so far:

    $1,540.82

  • vanessabrierley

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    A friend of mine's gorgeous little girl ,Lizzy, lost her life last year 2 days after her 2nd birthday, to Neuroblastoma, the cancer she had fought for 6 months.Funds are desperately needed to progress research so that other children, like Lizzy, don't have to suffer and die from this terrible disease.This tragedy could affect any one of us and ,being a parent ,it is all the more poignant,so please,donate to this amazing cause.Her mum,Mimi is constantly running marathons and doing cycle races to raise funds and create awareness of Neuroblastoma and I would like to help in whatever small way so I will be doing the 109km Cape Argus Cycle Tour.

    Please sponser me for this event!The money raised for the Neuroblastoma society goes exclusively to research.

    Please read more about Lizzy's condition:

    Lizzy had an incredibly rare strain of a very rare and aggressive childhood cancer. She was diagnosed with stage 4 high risk Neuroblastoma in January. This affects around 25% of the 60 children a year who get this disease. She was, staggeringly, 1 of only 15 children in the UK being treated at this level. Sadly, current treatments can be ineffective if a child's tumours have an amplification of the MYC-N gene. This is what caused Lizzy's cancer to take over her body and run out of control.

    Much needed funds are required into further research and the development of successful treatments for this type of cancer.At the moment there are many efforts being made in clinical studies to find treatments to control this gene, none yet successful.

    Thankyou for reading this and please dig deep for this worthy cause!

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    Total so far:

    $1,066.09

  • annama

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page. Here's my story.......

    Shortly before my birthday last year, we had the devastating news that our dear friends, Mim & Alex, were about to start emergency chemotherapy treatment with their beautiful 18month old daughter, Lizzy. And so their battle with the aggressive childhood cancer, Neuroblastoma, began.

    There is very little you can do to help when the people you love are going through this unthinkable pain. And even less you can say or do when, only 6 months later, they lose their battle. I have never met a more bubbly, delightful little girl as Lizzy B, nor have I ever had such admiration for the strength and courage of our amazing friends.

    Great Ormond Street Hospital is an outstanding place - not just the building and equipment, but the people within and the support it provides. Lizzy B and her family spent a lot of time there, as does our darling cousin William and his family. GOSHCC show so much love and care for those who need it most. Did you know, they look after 220,000 patient visits every year!

    So, possibly during a mad moment, I have decided to do what I can to raise funds for this fantastic charity and cycle 100 miles across London and Surrey on 10th August this year. For those who know me, well, you'll either be laughing by now or re-reading this to make sure you got it right! Yes, 100 miles!! Yes, in one go!! Yes, I am mad (and scared), but I think I can do it!!

    So please, PLEASE, do YOUR bit and make a donation to this worthy cause! Knowing that we've all dug deep will really help get me round that course on the day. It will mean the world to me, to cousin William, to all those kids who need Great Ormond Street, and to Angel Lizzy, who I know will be smiling down on the day, enjoying the ride!

    Thank you x x x

     

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    Total so far:

    $1,802.48

  • forlizzyandgosh

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    So this year I'm riding in the Prudential Ride London 100 (mile) event to help raise both awareness and money for a truly wonderful organisation. 

    Great Ormond Street Hospital recently looked after my dear friend's daughter, Lizzy Bremer, after she was diagnosed with a very aggressive form of childhood cancer known as Neuroblastoma. 

    I would urge you to watch the video clip of Alex Bremer, Lizzy's father, explaining Lizzy's condition (with which she eventually lost her fight). It features dialogue from a few of Lizzy's carers at GOSH, explaining what it was like to treat her, and how they became attached to that wonderful girl (having known her only briefly, I can say that anyone would have found that hard to avoid). 

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plUCJqhX1D8

    The point is, that without the incredible work undertaken and care provided by the staff at GOSH, this family (and I'm certain hundreds of others) would not have been able to deal with what was happening to them. GOSH staff really do care for the whole family unit, not just the patient they are treating. 

    If you would like to support this charity, I know there are many that would be grateful. Financial support is as important as sharing the stories, and raising the level of interest in the good work they do. 

    So if you feel you can help in either or both ways, please do. 

    Thanks for listening.

    Paul Dickinson

    https://www.facebook.com/lizzybremer

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    Total so far:

    $1,640.44

  • justin-racing-for-lizzy

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my fundraising page.

    In the summer of 2013 we lost my darling neice, Lizzy, to Neuroblastoma; a rare and aggressive children's cancer. Lizzy's family have taken considerable comfort in the efforts made to raise funds for and awareness of this dreadful desease. Now it's my turn!

    Later this month I'll be taking part in the extraordinary "White Ring" race in Lech.

    To provide a fitting celebration for the 50-year anniversary of the ski circuit between Lech and Zürs, the “White Ring – the Circuit”, the first “White Ring – The Race” was held in 2006 and, since then, has developed into a unique cult race with an attractive supporting programme. With 22 kilometres of piste and 5,500 metres of altitude, “The White Ring – The Race” is the longest ski race in the world according to the Guinness Book of Records. The course record has been held from the start by Olympic and World Champion Patrick Ortlieb.

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $9,200.89

  • Claire-Duffy3

    welcome folks!

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page. 

    over the past 4 years of my now "normal" life, not only have I witnessed cancer first hand in my own family it seems every friend i speak to has also been affected by this vile disease in one way or another.

    Last year, while watching my mother bravely battle breast cancer, the bremer family were watching their brave little girl battle Neuroblastoma.

    She sadly lost this battle on 05/07/2013 at the age of 2 years and 2 days old.

     

    So my running shoes go on for the first time in memory of Lizzi B...

    Lizzy had an incredibly rare strain of a very rare and aggressive childhood cancer. She was diagnosed with stage 4 high risk Neuroblastoma in January. This affects around 25% of the 60 children a year who get this disease. She was, staggeringly, 1 of only 15 children in the UK being treated at this level. Sadly, current treatments can be ineffective if a child's tumours have an amplification of the MYC-N gene. This is what caused Lizzy's cancer to take over her body and run out of control.

     

    At the moment there are many efforts being made in clinical studies to find treatments to control this gene, none yet successful.

     

    Funds are desperately needed to progress research to the point where other little angels, like lizzy, don't have to suffer and die at the hands of what is otherwise a rampant disease.

    Not to seem like im weighing up which cancer is more tragic than an other... but for all these beautiful children that have been stripped of a  chance at life, i feel this is a cancer that should be put to the top of the list for being stamped out!!!!!

    So dig deep people not only for this wonderful charity, but for the thought of me stamping around hastings....

    in the words of my husband 'you run funny'........... 

     

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $1,129.00

  • Luke-Appleton

    I'm running the Tough Guy challenge later in Janurary, in honour of Lizzy Bremer, who sadly lost her battle with neuroblastoma shortly after her second birthday. 

    Lizzy had an incredibly rare strain of an aggressive childhood cancer. She was diagnosed with stage 4 high risk Neuroblastoma in January. This affects around 25% of the 60 children a year who get this disease. She was, staggeringly, 1 of only 15 children in the UK being treated at this level. Sadly, current treatments can be ineffective if a child's tumours have an amplification of the MYC-N gene. This is what caused Lizzy's cancer to take over her body and run out of control.

    So, in Janurary I will be completing Tough Guy 2014, which claims to be the worlds hardest endurance event.

    Please watch the attacted clip to show what I will be particpating in:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Szi4vr-iDnI

    PLEASE help us to make changes and move forward in the trearment & understanding of Neuroblastoma.

    With lots of love,

    Luke Appleton

     

    In Memory of Lizzy Bremer - July 3rd 2011 - 5th July 2013

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    Total so far:

    $2,065.50

  • Becky-Lowe4

     

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    As most of you know, and for those who may not, our friends' beautiful daughter Lizzy lost her life on July 5th 2013, 2 days after her 2nd birthday to Neuroblastoma, the wretched cancer she had fought for 6 months.  

    Funds are desperately needed to progress research to the point where other little angels, like Lizzy, don't have to suffer and die at the hands of what is otherwise a rampant disease.

    So over the next 5 months I am running (not very fast) the bupa 10k, the Wimbledon and Richmond half marathons and the Brighton marathon with Team Lizzy. All raise funds for The Neuroblastoma Society, whose money goes exclusively to research.

    All sponsorship goes into the same pot and is so very very gratefully received!

    PLEASE help us to make changes and move forward in the trearment & understanding of Neuroblastoma.

     

     

     

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    Total so far:

    $1,496.48

  • Nicholas-Rogoff1

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    In the spirit of Movember, I'm growing myself a fabulous tash, complete with handlebars, in the great Frank Zappa stylee to raise money for the Neuroblastoma Society which funds research into this dreadful childhood cancer which so cruelly took our very loved & doted on niece, Lizzie B.

    In January of this year, sweet Lizzie was diagnosed with a rare form of high risk Neuroblastoma & our entire family was devasted when, after 6 months of chemo, she passed away, in her mum & dad's arms, in July, 2013 - 2 days after her second birthday.

    Since then, we have learned that research into this disease has taken such ENORMOUS strides - we all take comfort in knowing that, if progress continues, less families & children will have to go through what the Bremers & precious Miss Lizzie B went through.

    So, in that vain, my sister in law (Lizzie's mum) has seized the opportunity to raise huge amounts of money through sporting endevours & the whole family follows suit inspired by Alex & Mimi's strength, love & selflessness.

    I'm now doing this hairy thing to my face - my wife assures me I look great but I'm not so sure & I'm (quite literally) itching to take it off!

    So I ask you to sponsor me which will discourage me from taking my trusted shaving scalpel to my increasingly itchy face - I can't quite emphasise enough how much every penny you can spare will mean to research funds.

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

    Thank you SO much - Big Nickers & his tash!

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    Total so far:

    $335.17

  • Melissa-Hartman

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    Lizzy was the gorgeous daughter of two of my most cherished friends, Miriam and Alex Bremer.  Beautiful Lizzy had an incredibly rare strain of a very rare and aggressive childhood cancer.  Around 650 cases are documented each year in the U.S. and only 100 in th U.K.  I heard the devastating news of Lizzy's diagnosis of Stage 4 Neuroblastoma at the end of January 2013.  Unbelievably Lizzy was one of only 15 children being treated at this level. Lizzy bravely fought this annihilating disease for 6 months before losing her valiant battle at age 2 years and 2 days. 

    She will never be forgotten....ever....and for this reason I wanted to remember this beautiful, smiling happy child as well as raise awareness and funds for those going through this same devastating battle. 

    I plan to run a half marathon on October 5 up the infamous Mount Diablo, CA, which boasts a 3,420 feet elevation gain.  What ever you can give will be appreciated more than you will know... and thank you.

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    Total so far:

    $16.93

  • GaenorBarker

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    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    A dear childhood friend and his family recently lost their cherished little girl, Lizzy Bremer lost her life on July 5th, 2 days after her 2nd birthday to Neuroblastoma, the wretched cancer she had fought for 6 months.

    Lizzy had an incredibly rare strain of a very rare and aggressive childhood cancer. She was diagnosed with stage 4 high risk Neuroblastoma in January. This affects around 25% of the 60 children a year who get this disease. She was, staggeringly, 1 of only 15 children in the UK being treated at this level. Sadly, current treatments can be ineffective if a child's tumours have an amplification of the MYC-N gene. This is what caused Lizzy's cancer to take over her body and run out of control.

    At the moment there are many efforts being made in clinical studies to find treatments to control this gene, none yet successful.

    Funds are desperately needed to progress research to the point where other little angels, like my friends baby, don't have to suffer and die at the hands of what is otherwise a rampant disease.

    I am swimming with the hope that for each mile I swim you can help my chosen Charity by making a donation. So please dig deep

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    Total so far:

    $39.85

  • Gaenor-Barker

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $0.00

  • sarahwindymiller1

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    Several weeks ago I witnessed one of the most heartbreaking scenes of my life: that of a loving mother and father laying to rest their beautiful 2 year old daughter.

    Lizzy had bravely battled Neuroblastoma, a particularly virulent and vile childhood cancer, for six months before she went to dance with the angels 2 days after her 2nd birthday.

    I have another dear friend whose daughter has courageously been battling Neuroblastoma for over a year.  Their lives are completley defined by this appauling disease.

    Much needed funds are required into further research and the development of successful treatments for this type of cancer.

    So please dig deep and donate now.

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    Total so far:

    $783.69

  • Rebecca-Marsham1

    Thank you so much for bouncing on over to my JustGiving in Lizzy B's page.

    I appreciate that so many of you already provided endless support, love, shoulders to cry on & hard-earned cash for charity during the last six months - so, although I'm reluctant & a wee bit embarressed to ask you to dig deep yet again, I'm going to anyway (bah!) because we Bremer's are on a mission.

    In January of this year, we were hit with a double wammy: my precious niece - who was only aged 18 months at the time - & our English Mum, Jill, were both diagnosed with cancer...in the same week...!  

    Lizzy was diagnosed with a rare case of Aggressive Neuroblastoma. She spent so much of the last 6 months at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) & I cannot quite put into words how terrifying & heartbreaking it is to see someone you love so much at the mercy of strangers - & yet all the staff are well equipped for family panics, tears & sadness & carried my brother & my sister in law, & indeed all of us, through this ordeal with a gentleness & understanding that no pay-packet could possibly compensate.

    I was truly humbled to meet other young patients on their wards: brave, sweet little faces wandering the wards attached to their chemo drips. I was also so impressed with the way the hospital caters to families who need to stay with the children & their siblings who can find the situation either scary or sometimes even quite boring - fitness classes, school room classes, volunteer entertainers, clean well stocked playrooms in every ward, kitchens - but they need funds to keep their good work going, they really do, so if you can find any spare change no matter how big or small, please please do throw it their way via our fundraising page.

    We already raised £16,000 for GOSH through our Team Lizzy B run in June (thank you) & Mimi has raised £16,000 for the Neuroblastoma Society. Les Miserables raised another (approx) £16000 & Jill raised a further £3000 through her Salcome rowing triathlon team. Donat Clough completed a triathlon & Jeannie a 24 hour race. Caroline even sold popsicals & made a cool £100....

    If you do decide to sponsor me, please bear in mind 2 things:

    1. I haven't run a 1/2 marathon for a good few years, so this really is going to be a challenge (yikes) & I'm not even close to ready.

    2. By sponsoring this page - our charitable donation is given IN LIZZY B'S NAME - which is really cool, I think! :)

    If any of you didn't know, Lizzy, my beautiful, beautiful niece, passed away 2 days after her 2nd birthday on the 5th July. You can see, however, she's truly left an incredible legacy in her wake & continues to shine & inspire us all.  

    Jill is currently undergoing chemotherapy, followed by radiotherapy & tells us the doctors (who tell her to rest & do nothing) don't know what they're talking about, she was off rowing with her pals the last time I spoke to her! :)  But, for the record, the next event (after this) I do will be to kick Breast Cancer's ass! So...watch this space!

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

    Thank you for reading my story & for donating - it's time cancer got the message, don't you think?!

    Over & out - R xx

     

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    Total so far:

    $132.83

  • Gareth-Sayers

    Everyone!!!   Please take a moment to read Alex & Miriam’s story about their beautiful daughter Lizzy.

    Miriam: ……………… As most of you know, and for those who may not yet, I apologise for the shock this will bring, our cherished little girl, our beautiful Lizzy B lost her life on July 5th, 2 days after her 2nd birthday to Neuroblastoma, the wretched cancer she had fought for 6 months.

    Lizzy had an incredibly rare strain of a very rare and aggressive childhood cancer. She was diagnosed with stage 4 high risk Neuroblastoma in January. This affects around 25% of the 60 children a year who get this disease. She was, staggeringly, 1 of only 15 children in the UK being treated at this level. Sadly, current treatments can be ineffective if a child's tumours have an amplification of the MYC-N gene. This is what caused Lizzy's cancer to take over her body and run out of control…………….

    Lisa & I had the pleasure of meeting the Bremer family at a mutual friends Wedding when Lizzy was just six weeks old. We were really shocked to receive the news that earlier this year Lizzy had been diagnoised with Neuroblastoma and we followed her progress closely. We, along with many friends of the Bremer’s have been greatly saddened by the news that this dreadful cancer has taken Lizzy’s life. We are in awe of her parents strength & character and since Lizzy’s death lots of generous folk have been donating to the Neuroblastoma society. At the moment there are many efforts being made in clinical studies to find treatments to control this gene, none yet successful.

    I’m planning to cycle 170 miles from Morecambe on the West coast to Bridlington on the East coast, to raise money and awareness for The Neuroblastoma Society. Funds are desperately needed to progress research to the point where children/babies, like Lizzy, don't have to suffer and die at the hands of what is otherwise a rampant disease.

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

    So please dig deep and donate now.

     

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    Total so far:

    $518.03

  • Miriam-Bremer1

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    As some of you know, our cherished little girl, our beautiful Lizzy B lost her life on July 5th 2013, 2 days after her 2nd birthday to Neuroblastoma, the wretched cancer she had fought for 6 months.

    Lizzy had an incredibly rare strain of a very rare and aggressive childhood cancer. She was diagnosed with stage 4 high risk Neuroblastoma in January last year. This affects around 25% of the 100 children a year who get this disease. She was, staggeringly, 1 of only 15 children in the UK being treated at this level. Sadly, current treatments can be ineffective if a child's tumours have an amplification of the MYC-N gene. After responding incredibly well to her first 10 rounds of chemo, Lizzy completely stopped responding to any UK treatments available and the disease raged through her little body, taking control in a matter of weeks. THIS IS SEEN IN ONLY 1 OR 2 CHILDREN A YEAR IN THE ENTIRE UK. She lived only 3 weeks after we were told the cancer was deemed no longer curable.

    In the weeks to follow, a new diagnosis was heard. Lizzy had ULTRA HIGH RISK NEUROBLASTOMA. This refers to a child that does not survive beyond the 1st 6 months. Sadly this diagnosis cannot be applied until after death, beacause doctors can't predict how each child's tumours will behave.

    At the moment there are many efforts being made in clinical studies to find treatments to control the gene that causes this, none yet successful.

    Funds are desperately needed to progress research to the point where other little angels, like our baby, don't have to suffer and die at the hands of what is otherwise a rampant disease. On average 50% of children survive at least 5 years or more..... and 50% dont.

    In April, I will be taking on the biggest challenge of my 40 years in this world, second to seeing and living with what happened to my child. I am currently training to run the Brighton & London Marathons 7 days apart to raise funds for The Neuroblastoma Society, who's money goes exclusively to UK research.

    Over the next 3 months I am aiming to raise a further £3,000 on top of the staggering amount already contributed to our cause by so many wonderful people! Without private funding, research into this cruel disease is nowhere near adequate, therefore treatments are nowhere near adequate & nowhere near humane.

    All sponsorship is so very very gratefully received & is the only way for us to see REAL CHANGE for families who may be facing the same ordeal. No family, let alone child should ever face Neuroblastoma.

    We have the power to create change and move forward in the treatment & understanding of Neuroblastoma. That we do have... Never settle.

    With love and huge thanks from the very bottom of our hearts,

    Miriam, Alex, George & Angel Lizzy xxx

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    So please dig deep and donate now.

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    Total so far:

    $71,795.37

Donations made in memory of Lizzy Bremer2145

  • Donation by Sayers Lisato Miriam's page on 01/05/2018

    As always....with much love and kindest thoughts to you, your fab 3 boys and beautiful Angel Lizzy xxxxx

    £60.00

    + £15.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Kenneth Thornto Maria's page on 06/04/2018

    Good Luck Maria - you are so brave to take on this challenge. Lots of love from Aunty Mary and Uncle Ken xxx

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Eliza Jonesto Maria's page on 28/03/2018

    Go whippet legs! 😜 your strength is immense 😘🌺

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Liam Doyleto Maria's page on 24/03/2018

    Good luck with the massive run Pooky. Lots of love from Bryn, Alex and Liam

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Ros Daviesto Maria's page on 24/03/2018

    xxxxx

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by sue welshto Maria's page on 21/03/2018

    Worthy cause. Good luck

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Sam Bennettsto Maria's page on 20/03/2018

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Catherine Mcleanto Maria's page on 20/03/2018

    You're a star... you go girl!!!

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Monica Heidemannto Maria's page on 20/03/2018

    with love, Mum, xxx

    £30.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Siobhan Williamsto Maria's page on 19/03/2018

    Go Maria! You amazing lady! X

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by louise hutchinsonto Maria's page on 19/03/2018

    Very brave indeed. Good luck my love. All our love Lou, Hutch, Otto & Stella xxx

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Chloe Michaelto Maria's page on 19/03/2018

    Wow you go girl! 🤗🏃🏻‍♀️Best wishes for the big event xx

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Kerrie Strongto Maria's page on 19/03/2018

    Good luck. Wish you well. Xxx

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Susan Cookto Maria's page on 19/03/2018

    Good luck

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Claudia Robertsto Maria's page on 19/03/2018

    Good luck, Maria!

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Marie Thompsonto Maria's page on 19/03/2018

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Claire Knightto Maria's page on 19/03/2018

    That's awesome Maria, what a great way to pay tribute to Lizzie. Go get em! X

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Phil and Franto Andy's page on 06/03/2018

    Mate, what an effort. You are a legend.

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by sheila meekto Andy's page on 23/02/2018

    Bloody great job Andy, well done for even doing a mile.

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Lorraine Harrowto Andy's page on 20/02/2018

    Hoping you complete your challenge safely. And in memory of Lizzy B.

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Lindsay Ben Cohento Andy's page on 20/02/2018

    Our daughter has a type of neuroblastoma, but are so lucky that its at the lower end of the aggressive spectrum. I think about other people who aren’t so lucky every day. Good luck with your trip.

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Rich Hicksonto Andy's page on 20/02/2018

    Go on Andy! You got this mate.

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Donna Goodleyto Andy's page on 20/02/2018

    Good luck Andy!

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Barry Hannahto Andy's page on 19/02/2018

    Top work mate I'm sure you will smash it, good luck!!

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Ian Lennardto Andy's page on 17/02/2018

    Good luck from the Lennard’s x

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Andrew Barberto Andy's page on 17/02/2018

    All the best Andy, I know that you'll smash it this year!

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Stuart Coatesto Andy's page on 16/02/2018

    Good Luck Mr Wicking Regards Stuart Kentish Cleaning & Property Services

    £200.00

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  • Donation by Anonymousto Andy's page on 16/02/2018

    Good luck matey, stay focused.

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Caroline Meekto Andy's page on 16/02/2018

    Good Luck Mr Wicking. You got this.

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by mark maintenanceto Andy's page on 16/02/2018

    good luck

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Steve Hendersonto Andy's page on 14/02/2018

    Good luck Andy try to to freeze too much! And well done for giving it another go… Steve Jill & All at Brownhills

    £250.00

    + £62.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by AFiverADay.orgto Andy's page on 13/02/2018

    Good luck!

    £5.00

    + £1.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Sam Silvesterto Andy's page on 09/02/2018

    Good luck Andy!

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Caroline Kirkpatrickto Andy's page on 09/02/2018

    Good luck Andy hope it all goes well. We will be thinking of you. Caroline & Neil x

    £60.00

    + £15.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Michael Folbto Andy's page on 08/02/2018

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Bobbyto Andy's page on 07/02/2018

    Wishing every success Andy

  • Donation by Nick and Mark Boretto Andy's page on 05/02/2018

    Best of luck and safe journey Andy. From Nick and Mark Boret and all at Fleetline.

    £100.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by ben hendersonto Andy's page on 05/02/2018

    Have fun mate and look forward to hearing about it when your back! Ben

    £25.00

    + £6.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Sally Brooksto Andy's page on 04/02/2018

    Good luck! X

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Amy Hendersonto Andy's page on 03/02/2018

    Good luck Andy!! Love Amy & Liam

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Louise Hallidayto Andy's page on 03/02/2018

    Wishing you all the best of luck- what an astonishing effort.

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by William Naldrettto Andy's page on 03/02/2018

    Good luck stay safe xx sylv&bill

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Liam Dalyto Andy's page on 02/02/2018

    Got every faith in you son , good luck

    £100.00

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  • Donation by Lee Foxto Andy's page on 02/02/2018

    BEST OF LUCK ANDY

    £100.00

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  • Donation by Steven Wallerto Andy's page on 02/02/2018

    It makes my 3k walk for 'Championship darts' glamour girls now looking for work' awareness week pale into insignificance! Good luck with this one!

    £50.00

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  • Donation by Toni Reganto Andy's page on 02/02/2018

    From the little boy next door to Artic explorer. What a fantastic thing to do. Take care. Toni x (Whichers IFA)

    £20.00

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  • Donation by Marco Limato Andy's page on 02/02/2018

    Great challenge for a great cause!!!

    £10.00

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  • Donation by Sam Agateto Andy's page on 02/02/2018

    best of luck Andy

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by 3B Digital Ltd.to Andy's page on 02/02/2018

    We send love and strength to Andy and thank him for this wonderful show of love for our sweet Lizzy Bremer, from all at 3B Digital Ltd x

    £200.00

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  • Donation by Alex Bremerto Andy's page on 02/02/2018

    What an extraordinary effort - for an extraordinary charity and in memory of an extraordinary little girl... thank you thank you thank you, Andy, with love from Mimi, Alex, George & Teddy B xxx

    £100.00

    + £25.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Dee Salterto Andy's page on 25/01/2018

    All the best Andy be safe and good luck. Dee

    £30.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Charlotte Thorpto Andy's page on 24/01/2018

    Good luck x

    £5.00

    + £1.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Ben Cresswellto Andy's page on 24/01/2018

    Good luck Andy, hope it all goes well!

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Michael Allardto Andy's page on 23/01/2018

    Good Luck Andy. Hope you smash it.

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Nigel Boretto Andy's page on 23/01/2018

    £100.00

    + £25.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Penny Lazellto Andy's page on 18/01/2018

    Such a good cause Andy. Best of luck am sure you’ll nail it this time xx

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Lisa Pattisonto Andy's page on 17/01/2018

    Good luck. Lisa & Alan xx

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Philip Roachto Andy's page on 16/01/2018

    Good luck Andy , remember you can’t stop off at the Tanhouse for a few coffees when you are weary 😉🕺🏼

    £25.00

    + £6.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by James Martingaleto Andy's page on 14/01/2018

    Good luck mate. An incredible achievement to do this twice but is testament to your drive and determination. Am proud of you mate. Good luck and try to stay safe x

    £25.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Niall Monaghanto Andy's page on 13/01/2018

    Good luck Andy

    £45.00

    + £11.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Mark Deragonto Andy's page on 13/01/2018

    Good luck mate, for such a good cause. Mark, Sarah, Annie and Ellie.

    £100.00

    + £25.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Chris Longto Andy's page on 13/01/2018

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Katie & Tim Kellto Andy's page on 13/01/2018

    Wishing you success in the event and meeting your fundraising target. Please come home

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Louise Gillento Andy's page on 12/01/2018

    Good luck Andy - you are slightly mad and very brave. Great cause Louise & Jacob xx

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Rachel Daviesto Andy's page on 11/01/2018

    Andy, going back is truly impressive. You know how tough, but it shows true grit going back. I'll be watching and wishing you all the best.

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Jane Brettto Andy's page on 11/01/2018

    Good luck Andy. You will do it this time. Love Jane Tony Ollie and Jacob xxxx💙💪

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Maria Lindusto Andy's page on 11/01/2018

    Your barking mad x however great charity and good luck xx see you in the sunshine xxx

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Remzi Mehmetto Andy's page on 11/01/2018

    Good luck!

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Lisa Finchto Andy's page on 10/01/2018

    Charity very close to my heart also Andy. My Friend's daughter actually received the news she is in remission recently....you will help that happen for someone else ❤ Love Finchy xx

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Michelle Walshto Andy's page on 10/01/2018

    Fabulous cause - good luck!

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by sophie brettto Andy's page on 10/01/2018

    I think i am more anxious than you are.... Good luck!! Amazing cause!!

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Klaire Lovettto Andy's page on 10/01/2018

    What you’re doing is awesome, go you! x

  • Donation by Peter Warnerto Andy's page on 10/01/2018

    Donated, good luck on your journey

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Abigail Beechto Andy's page on 10/01/2018

    Good luck xx

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by William Tuttyto Andy's page on 10/01/2018

    Good look mate

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Jackie Kellto Andy's page on 10/01/2018

    Your toe nails havent even recovered from last time !!! Good luck you nutter. From Jackie Andy Ben and Emily xx

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Awais Ahmadto Andy's page on 10/01/2018

    Good luck and best wishes from Awais and the Hystreet Team.

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Rebecca Marshamto Andy's page on 08/01/2018

    What a loony hero! Thank you! From Lizzy B’s aunt

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by John Eganto Andy's page on 07/01/2018

    Hi Andy, We hope all goes well this time. John, Lorraine and Olivia. PS.Catch up soon..

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Lee Protheroto Andy's page on 06/01/2018

    Good luck Andy keep safe cous

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Emma Zadroznyto Andy's page on 06/01/2018

    Good luck, enjoy and EAT!!! Xxx

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Sharon Morganto Andy's page on 06/01/2018

    Good luck (nutter)! Shaz xxx

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by simon allento Andy's page on 06/01/2018

    Good luck Andy!!!! simon ......👏🏻👏🏻

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Jon Richardsonto Andy's page on 06/01/2018

    Wish I was joining you mate. Good luck and stay safe.

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Craig Morristo Andy's page on 05/01/2018

    Good luck Andy

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Kenneth Thornto Miriam's page on 18/12/2017

    For beautiful Lizzy at Christmas. Lots of love from Aunty Mary and Uncle Ken xxxxx

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by V, Ryan and Raffy xxxxto Miriam's page on 13/12/2017

    Merry Christmas to you Angel Lizzy! We’re thinking of you always gorgeous girl. All our love to your sweet brothers and wonderful parents...

    $50.00

  • Donation by Sayers Lisato Miriam's page on 13/12/2017

    With Love to the Bremers, Miriam, Alex, George, Angel Lizzy & Ted at Christmas time - kind thoughts always xxx

    £85.00

    + £21.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by NICHOLAS BREMERto Miriam's page on 04/12/2017

    With our love to all families suffering from the ravages of this cruel disease

    £104.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Starbucksto Miriam's page on 25/11/2017

    From customers & staff at Starbucks, St John’s Rd, Battersea

    £75.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Kenneth Thornto Miriam's page on 19/11/2017

    Another donation for Lizzy for Uncle Kens's 70th. Lots of Love Aunty Mary and Uncle Ken xx

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by jeanette lambertto Miriam's page on 17/10/2017

    In loving memory of Lizzie. And thankyou to Ken for a fab 70th birthday party. Xxx

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Kenneth Thornto Miriam's page on 17/10/2017

    Another donation for Lizzy. Love Aunty Mary and Uncle Ken xxx

    £45.00

    + £11.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Eve Wto Miriam's page on 16/10/2017

    In memory of Lizzy for Ken’s 70th birthday x

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Kenneth Thornto Miriam's page on 16/10/2017

    Celebrating Uncle Ken's birthday for Lizzy. Thanks to everyone who supported us. Love from Aunty Mary and Uncle Ken xxx

    £1,110.00

    + £277.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by chris perkinto Miriam's page on 16/10/2017

    This sum seems appropriate on the occasion of Ken's birthday! Our heartfelt thoughts are with you to raise more for this great cause. Love to YOU, Alex, George & Teddy, from Chris & Martin xxxx

    £70.00

    + £17.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Mark Dorsettto Miriam's page on 15/10/2017

    Via Ken's 70th Birthday - Charity Event " In Memory of Lizzy " Mark, Shirley & Gemma

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Tracy Dawkinsto Miriam's page on 14/10/2017

    A token for Ken’s big 7-0, with much love Tracy and Ian xx

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Alex Bremerto Miriam's page on 13/10/2017

    Donated in memory of beloved niece Lizzy on behalf of Uncle Ken on the occasion of his 70th birthday..!

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Nils Deckerto PATRICK's page on 05/10/2017

    £50.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Kenneth Thornto Miriam's page on 01/10/2017

    Gold Ribbons St. John Fisher Shepperton Love from Aunty Mary and Uncle Ken xxx

    £97.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Rennie Gemmellto PATRICK's page on 28/09/2017

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Alex Bremerto PATRICK's page on 24/09/2017

    You did it..!!! Amazing... thank you from Alex, Mimi, George, Teddy & Angel Lizzy... & all the little ones cared for at GOSH xxxx

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Roger Cortisto PATRICK's page on 20/09/2017

    Good training, best of good fortune and some luck too. Mo will know who we are. Elke and Roger

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Katie Smithto PATRICK's page on 19/09/2017

    Well done Pat, you'll ace it! Such an important cause xx

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Lisa Sayersto Miriam's page on 06/07/2017

    Sent, as always, with much Love and kind thoughts to a wonderful, strong, remarkable family xxx Remembering Lizzy on her Birthday 'week' xxx

    £60.00

    + £15.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Bryony Strukmeierto Miriam's page on 05/07/2017

    I am staggered by the strength and bravery of you all. Thinking of you this week. X

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Becky Loweto Miriam's page on 04/07/2017

    Hillier Road pop up spa in memory of Lizzy xxx Lots of love from Lexie

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Rebecca Marshamto Miriam's page on 03/07/2017

    Happy birthday darling Lizzy, thinking of you and missing your sweet smiles - love, always, aunty becca, nick &a josh xxxx

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Starbucks, Clapham Junctionto Miriam's page on 03/07/2017

    On Lizzy's 6th Birthday @StarbucksUK customers & staff continue to show their love & support for the Bremer's xxx

    £104.24

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Victoria Arbiter Brownto Miriam's page on 03/07/2017

    Happy Birthday darling Angel Lizzy. Thinking of you so very much and watching out for rainbows on your special day. All our love, V, Ry and Raffy xxx

    $30.00

  • Donation by Kenneth Thornto Miriam's page on 02/07/2017

    For Lizzy with all our love Aunty Mary and Uncle Ken xxxxx

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Alastairto PATRICK's page on 23/06/2017

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Charlotte Cooperto Miriam's page on 13/06/2017

    With love, Charlotte xx

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Miriam's page on 13/06/2017

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by 3B Digital Ltd, London, UKto PATRICK's page on 05/06/2017

    So proud of our Lizzy's Uncle pat, good luck from all at 3B... x

    £200.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Mark Gto PATRICK's page on 01/06/2017

    Good luck dude 🤘🏽

    د.إ.‏ 250.00

  • Donation by LJ to PATRICK's page on 31/05/2017

    Go Pat!!

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Mum and Dadto PATRICK's page on 31/05/2017

    RunPatrickRun!

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Jan (Sarge) Dennisto PATRICK's page on 31/05/2017

    Whoop whoop Patrick! - get those go-faster shoes on xxxx

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Jaketo PATRICK's page on 31/05/2017

    Happy scampering both of you. Or plodding. Whatever means of propulsion works for you!

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Sisky Bto PATRICK's page on 30/05/2017

    Pat, you are a star - what a super uncle ❤️ We all love you - Reb, Nick & Josh

  • Donation by Lizzy's Aunty 'Becca to Miriam's page on 18/05/2017

    Spike said no birthday presents but I think he'll like this one! HAPPY BIRTHDAY SPIKE.

  • Donation by Lisa Sayersto Miriam's page on 19/04/2017

    With love to the Bremers from us all at the Ilkeston Multi Agency team xxx

  • Donation by Great effort. Proud of you. Mum and dad.to Andy's page on 13/03/2017

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Assim, Saf, Aleena, Amaan, Ayaan, Rayaanto Andy's page on 06/03/2017

    You now officially have the title of "Purley Man of Steel" so I think you can stick to the less challenging terrain of Riddlesdown Common for your next expedition !!

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Marcus Timsonto Miriam's page on 06/03/2017

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Murray and Karento Andy's page on 05/03/2017

    Well done Andy. We look forward to hearing the full story on the club run!

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Simone and Michael Bartonto Andy's page on 03/03/2017

    Well done Andy! You is da man!

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Phil and Franto Andy's page on 02/03/2017

    Mate, I hear not all is well. And I have just found out you were doing this crazy trip for charity. It sounds like quite an adventure and quite a story. Anyway let's get you over the £2000 mark!

    £44.87

    + £11.22 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Paul Bowker to Andy's page on 02/03/2017

    With lots of respect. It was good to meet you out there

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Emma Zadroznyto Andy's page on 02/03/2017

    Because you earned it!

    £50.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Lisa xto Andy's page on 01/03/2017

    Sorry it's not snacks Mr Wicking 😉 well done...from your favourite.

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Weeksey to Andy's page on 01/03/2017

    Your both crazy!!!!

    £5.00

    + £1.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Roland stanley to Andy's page on 01/03/2017

    Well done Andy,

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Terry and Charlotteto Andy's page on 01/03/2017

    Brilliant effort mate. Get yourself better and play golf somewhere warm!

  • Donation by markmaintto Andy's page on 01/03/2017

    nutter

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Warren to Andy's page on 28/02/2017

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Andy's page on 28/02/2017

    Great cause Andy

    £30.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Ray and Sylvieto Andy's page on 28/02/2017

    You should be so proud of yourself, well done. Now get home and rest xxx

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Andy's page on 28/02/2017

    Amazing - well done, and a great cause too. Katrina x

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Tempsto Andy's page on 28/02/2017

    Incredible effort, well done Andy!

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Andy's page on 28/02/2017

    Super Wicking! You are a hero. With love from Jane, Tony, Ollie and Jacob xx

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Andy's page on 28/02/2017

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Jollyto Andy's page on 27/02/2017

    So proud of you Champ, can not believe how far you took this journey. You are bloody amazing

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Andy's page on 27/02/2017

    I didn't know you were doing this, just saw a message from Russell on Facebook. Well done for even starting to do the challenge. Aunt Sue

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Andy's page on 27/02/2017

    Great effort & respect from the Sheps

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Andy's page on 27/02/2017

    Good luck Andy! Love Marie & Tina x

    £15.00

    + £3.75 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Andy's page on 27/02/2017

    Great gesture, great cause, well done.

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Sylv & Billto Andy's page on 27/02/2017

    Well done Andy, we hope you can continue tomorrow. You took on a formidable challenge so that a failure in our eyes,see you soon.

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

Charities we're helping 4

  • Neuroblastoma UK

    Neuroblastoma UK

    Neuroblastoma is a rare aggressive childhood cancer. About 100 children are diagnosed in the UK each year. NBUK works exclusively for these children in raising funds for British led research into the disease, and offering information and support to families affected by neuroblastoma.

  • Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity

    Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity

    We fundraise to enhance Great Ormond Street Hospital’s ability to transform the health and wellbeing of children and young people. Donations help to fund advanced medical equipment, child and family support services, pioneering research and rebuilding and refurbishment.

  • Children with Cancer UK

    Children with Cancer UK

    Children with Cancer UK is the leading national charity dedicated to the fight against childhood cancer. Our aims are to determine the causes, find cures and provide care for children with cancer. www.childrenwithcancer.org.uk

  • Solving Kids' Cancer

    Solving Kids' Cancer

    Donations are paid into Solving Kids' Cancer’s general funds for our charitable activities. We help families affected by neuroblastoma through the provision of support and information; as well as investing in research and advocating for access to better treatment

Events we're doing 20

    • 07Jul

      Man vs coast

    • Running / marathons

    • 20Feb

      Beyond the ultimate ice ultra

    • Other events

    • 24Sep

      BMW Berlin Marathon 2017

    • Running / marathons

    • 24Feb

      Beyond the ultimate ice challenge

    • Running / marathons

    • 24Apr

      Virgin London Marathon 2016

    • Running / marathons

    • 02Aug

      Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 2015

    • Cycling

    • 12Apr

      Brighton Marathon 2015

    • Running / marathons

    • 10Aug

      Prudential Ride London

    • Cycling

    • 10Aug

      Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 2014

    • Cycling

    • 10Aug

      2014 Prudential Ride London 100

    • Cycling

    • 09Feb

      Cape Argus Cycle Tour

    • Cycling

    • 10Aug

      RideLondon 100 2014

    • Cycling

    • 18Jan

      The White Ring

    • Other events

    • 23Mar

      Hastings Half Marathon 2014

    • Running / marathons

    • 26Jan

      Tough Guy

    • Other events

    • 06Apr

      Brighton Marathon 2014

    • Running / marathons

    • 08Sep

      Swimming the Channel and Back!

    • Personal swimming

    • 30Nov

      Walking Stars 2013 (Auckland)

    • Walk

    • 08Sep

      GOSHCC - Run to the Beat 2013

    • Running / marathons

    • 05Sep

      Coast to Coast for Lizzy

    • Cycling