Jack’s Journey


jacks journey

Jack’s story

Jack Lambert is 4 years old. He loves tractors, motorbikes and playing farms with his big brother, James (6).

He is normal in every other way, except he has cancer.

In June 2010, when he was 20 months old, Jack was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumour.  Six months of chemo’  was followed by stem cell therapy, after which, Jack and his family began to re-build their lives.

Sadly in June 2012, following 18 cancer free months, Jack was diagnosed with secondary cancer; he has now completed a further course of treatment, including intense radiotherapy.

BTRS (brain tumour research and support) have been a huge support to the family; Jen, Rob, James and Jack are devoted to raising money for vital research and raising awareness of the disease; money which will hopefully make a difference to other families, like theirs, who live through this nightmare.

In support of Jack, we are asking for donations to BTRS. Please, if you are able to spare anything, no matter how small, can you make a donation to Jack’s Journey today?

Donations are made through Just Giving, it is a simple, fast and totally secure way to donate. Your details are safe with Just Giving, they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity and make sure Gift Aid is reclaimed on every eligible donation. This means it’s an efficient way to donate – Jack’s journey raises more money this way and saves time thus cutting costs for the charity.

So please, dig deep, and show your support and donate by following this link to the Just Giving page for Jack’s juorney

This post is taken from Jack’s Journey, just giving page and Quilting Antics would like to most sincerely thank any of you who make donations after reading Jack’s story on this blog

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