National brain tumour research funding needs to increase to £35 million a year
“Utter hell” of son’s diagnosis inspires mum’s challenge
A mum is taking part in our 10,000 Steps a Day in February Challenge inspired by her little boy’s brain tumour journey.
Jett was just three years old when he was diagnosed with a medulloblastoma. He has undergone 11 operations, as well as radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Happily, later this month, Jett will ring the bell at hospital to mark the fact that his last two MRI scans have been clear.
Keiley said: “It’s been two years of utter hell and we are finally getting some closure to allow us to look forward and be a normal family. Jett has been through so much but he’s so strong and he’s always had a smile on his little face.
“I’m really looking forward to this challenge to raise much-needed money to fight this devastating disease. Get involved and sign up!”
To support Keiley’s fundraising with a donation, please click here.
Will you step forward and join Keiley and hundreds of others taking part in 10,000 Steps a Day in February?
To sign up, all you need to do is join our friendly Facebook Group and follow the simple steps to complete your registration and set up your Facebook fundraiser.
No Facebook? No problem! You can use JustGiving to fundraise instead. Get started here.
When you get your first donation on your fundraising page, we’ll send you a FREE emoji t-shirt and printed step tracker. Plus, if you can raise £137 (or more!), you’ll also receive a special medal in recognition of your amazing achievement.
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