To raise money and awareness for my Haemochromatosis patients
Cycling the distance of Alloway, Ayr to Old Trafford in memory of a loved one, to raise awareness of this condition.
I am excited to be running the London Marathon in October 2021 to raise money for Haemochromatosis UK. I will raise funds to help improve awareness, education and diagnosis of this debilitating genetic condition.
I am fulfilling a dream come true by jumping out of a plane to raise awareness of Haemochromatosis!
I am HUK's Office Administrator and wanted to do something different to raise money for the charity. The more money I raise - the higher I jump!!
I am pleased to be running in the London Marathon in October 2021 in aid of Haemochromatosis UK. It is an absolute dream come true to run in the prestigious UK event. I am honoured to be able to represent HUK in raising awareness of haemochromatosis whilst at the same time raising vital funds to help with education and early diagnosis.
I was diagnosed with genetic Haemochromatosis and this charity has been a great source of information. So I'd like to give back and support by raising money.
To raise awareness of this little known about illness.
I am wanting to raise awareness of Haemochromatosis and help raise funds to assist medical research and help and support for those that are suffering from this condition.
Richard had haemachromatosis, and had been receiving the treatment of venesection for a number of years . He died of liver cancer in January 2021 and we miss him every minute.
We are fundraising in memory of Martin to help raise awareness of this genetic condition. Undiagnosed it can lead to other serious conditions. Tragically, Martin wasn't diagnosed with haemochromatosis (iron overload) until 3 years ago, at the age of 68.
In memory of Peter King who had genetic haemochromatosis and sadly unexpectedly passed away on October 9th 2020.
To raise awareness & raise money for this charity
Lindsay was officially diagnosed with Haemochromatosis about 3 years ago, which for people unfamiliar with the genetic condition, is excessively high blood iron levels. Lindsay would attend hospital every two weeks to have some blood removed and this helped to bring down her iron levels over time (though by the time she passed away they were still really high).Unfortunately high blood iron levels are a big risk factor for other complications, most notably liver disease.
In memory of Dad who sadly passed away aged 58 just before Christmas 2019 with liver cancer caused by Haemochromatosis.
After my father passed away I learned that there are very limited funds for the research into this condition. Please help me support this charity with any donation which would be greatly appreciated.
I'm raising awareness for my patient's with Haemochromatosis
We are fundraising to raise awareness for this condition and to aid in research for treatment and support for those affected
To raise awareness of this little known genetic disorder and to raise money for Haemochromatosis UK