Little charity putting big smiles on faces of sick children
A FIVE-year-old diagnosed with a brain tumor who underwent surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and proton beam therapy in Germany, only to discover that her cancer had returned and was inoperable.
The dinosaur mad four-year-old with B-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia and the young man diagnosed at 18 months old with Retinoblastoma in his right eye. who underwent chemotherapy and surgery to remove his eye. But that was not all, the family were devastated when he was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma at the age of 15.
For all these young people and their families, life has been a roller coaster of emotions.
What they also have on common is that they have benefited from a little know charity, Round Table Children’s Wish. This small charity grants simple wishes to children with life threatening illnesses and their families.
For little Amber it was a I-Pad so she can do some schooling and keep entertained. Jack and his family had a day out in London, including a visit to the Natural History Museum to see the dinosaur collection and for 16-year-old Lewis, there was an xbox and collection of games.
Let’s Sanify is supporting this charity that makes a real difference to the lives of children and families that have been dealt a bad hand in the great game of chance that is life.
You can support this wonderful little charity with either a one-off or a regular donation. Just £10 would buy a small gift that could bring great joy, £30 would buy a new game for a game consul, for £100 a child and family could visit a theme park complimented by souvenirs and £200 would buy a tour of London in a limo.
Recently Mike Turner and Jayne Morris from Round Table Children’s Wish, visited the factory in Tipton, where they are flanked by Lets Sanify directors Mahmudur Jaigirdar (left) and Aman Sidhu,
To find out more, donate or refer a child visit The charity that grants handcrafted wishes for children with life-threatening illnesses – Round Table Children’s Wish (rtcw.org)