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Why?

In November 2006, my wife was diagnosed with breast cancer. One year, two operations, six months chemotherapy, two months radiotherapy and we are approaching the stage where all that is left is to get on with the rest of our lives. Helping support others that may be going through the same experience is part of the way that I want to do that

My target is to raise 10,000 in a year.

How?

Let's get down to the nitty-gritty, the ways you can help:

Ways that cost you nothing:

Ways to give cash

Review a restaurant pub etc

I've been able to set up an arrangement with the guys at Welovelocal.com where if you write a review on a London business, be it a plumber or a pub, they will donate 50p to the fund. Click here to read more, or here for Welovelocal.com   back...

Link to London Daily Photo

If you have a blog or website, please put a link to London Daily Photo - http://londondailyphoto.blogspot.com - Here's the code:

If you'd like, you can use this button, hosted on my server:

Here's the code to copy and paste into your site:

The more visitors I get, the more can join in the fundraising effort and the more I can charge for advertising (100% will go to the fund). If you need help with links, email me and I'll help you out.  back...

Give on BmyCharity.com

Click here and donate as much or as little as you like. All the money you give goes straight to the charity (not to me) and you can remain anonymous if you prefer. The payment system is secure, they won't hold your details if you don't want them to and won't put you on an email list. Don't forget that if you are a UK taxpayer, tick the box and your donation is worth 28% more, so for every 10 given, the charity gets almost 12.00!(that's after all deductions)  back...

Buy my merchandise

(Not yet ready!) Click and visit my Zazzle site for a selection of stuff with London and other themes, if you are looking for that unusual gift, or want to fill your life with beautiful things. I will donate over 80% of the profit to the charity fund (most of the price you pay goes to Zazzle)  back...

Why this charity?

I chose Breast Cancer Care because of the wide range of effective support that they provide and make accessible to all.

Their excellent website is a good starting point to find out about them. You can see that they have made it easy to access their services, at whatever stage you might be. They provide information and support and were the best single source of support that we found. They arrange free educational sessions that are effective and informative.

So basically, I chose them because I know they spend their money wisely.

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