biddy abdulrahaman

My aunt passed away in April 2013. She struggled with breast cancer, I remember so well how strong she was when she beat it the first time around. My elder brother and I were under her care whilst my parents were in the UK looking for a way to bring us here. So during those 3 years, my aunt was a second mum to us. She fought well but sadly couldn’t beat it twice. I wanted to be involved with charity (white collar) boxing a couple years back, so I could do something for her. Ended up dislocating my finger during football.

Well my feet works fine, at least for now haha. So I have no excuse not to do this. 

Any contribution will be appreciated, however let's try to surpass WCT's set target of £80.

Wessex Cancer Trust believe that there should be help and support available to everyone living with cancer, when and where they need it.

Community is at the heart of Wessex Cancer Trust – we put services in local communities so people affected by cancer have somewhere to go at a time when they most need support.

 

A diagnosis can have a huge impact on the entire family. That’s why we’re committed to providing free support to anyone affected by cancer for as long as they need us. Our six cancer support centres are safe places for people to receive the emotional, practical and physical support they need.

 

From coffee mornings, to craft groups and wellness classes, people come together to meet people who understand what they are going through. We’re proud that our centres are a safe community for anyone affected by cancer.

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