Norfolk’s white van artist Ruddy Muddy creates a Mother’d Day special for Archie and Sophie’s Mum. Sophie Grace Taylor who is age 4 has been fighting a rare cancer, known as Osteosarcoma since January.
A disease or disorder is defined as rare in Europe when it affects fewer than 1 in 2000.
Archie is one of only a handful currently known worldwide, with Sideroblastic Anaemia!
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On Friday 23rd February, Swaffham & District Lions Club presented a cheque for £500 towards Archie’s Bone Marrow Transplant journey.
Volunteers from the Lions club very kindly took time out of their busy schedule to present Archie with a cheque for £500.
We are so overwhelmed with the support we’ve had over recent weeks, I can’t begin to express how much we appreciate the generosity within our community. We would like to say a huge thank you to the Lions and Lionesses at the Swaffham & District Lions Club.
Archie’s Angels are fundraising for Archie Ramshaw’s Bone Marrow Transplant in London, to cover associated living costs for Archie’s family for up to 6 months while undergoing treatment, to include travel expenses, food and long term care following discharge from hospital.
The Angels will be running the King’s Lynn – GEAR 10k run on the 6th May 2018 at 10:45.
To sponsor the girls on their run, visit www.gofundme.com/10krunforarchiestransplant
On the 20th July, Archie’s uncle Graham will be taking part in a sponsored shave, at Howard Park Community School to help raise funds towards Archie Bone Marrow Transplant.
Graham who has not shaved his beard for over 20 years wants to raise money through sponsorship, as well as a possible auction for whoever does the deed.
Graham pictured below is proudly taking on a challenge for his Nephew.
“This is the least I can do to help my nephew on what will be a difficult journey”
To sponsor the Graham, visit www.gofundme.com/sponsoredbeardshave
KLFM interview with Archie’s parents Craig and Theresa, to raise awareness and support of Archie’s gofundme campaign. Broadcasting throughout Norfolk
Archie is finally looking towards a bone marrow transplant this year after waiting for so long. To help raise awareness and support, a gofundme account has been created which will support Archie and his family through the difficult times ahead.
To join the campaign click on the image above or follow the link below.