Help me find a way find a way to make brain tumours go the way of the dinosaurs
On behalf of the late Alan Waldron AM, the Waldron family in lieu of floral arrangements, would appreciate donations to RCD foundation for Brain Cancer research. Alan’s family have a personal connection to Childhood Cancer.
Alan’s 12 year old grand daughter Caitlyn lost her best friend, Jess to Brain Cancer in Sept. She was just 11 years young. Currently there is no cure, and life expectancy from diagnosis is less than a year. 20 Australian children are diagnosed each year.
However there is hope, and research is on the tipping point. We can all be part of making important breakthroughs happen. Fundraising is something that Alan and his family are passionate about, to support the science and in the meantime the patients. For all the people out there currently battling brain tumours and for those who couldn’t wait for research to progress any longer. We are doing this because to stop the heartache of losing our young children.
Alan’s family thank you so much for your kind donation.