1. Following the passing of 'Aw Lizzie' this fund is an way for friends to do something Lizzie lived her life doing - helping others. Beatson Cancer Charity where able to help friends and family of Lizzie so we know she would want to help them to do more wonderful work in her name.
  2. Julie was a patient at The Beatson for 6 Years. She was receiving treatment for breast cancer and was fortunate enough to take part in a number of trials. These treatments extended her life and she was happy to part of the medical research.
  3. On the 17th April 2019 Angela lost the battle against cancer after a courageous fight. She was a much-loved wife, mother, grandma, and friend to many. The kindness and care Angela received at the Beatson she, and all the family, much appreciated. This fund supports the wonderful work the Beatson does for everyone in their care.
  4. Running a marathon is something I've always wanted to challenge myself to do. Fitness levels not being what they should be has stopped me in the past but after bagging a half marathon last year I've decided it's now or never.
    • 500.00% Funded
    • £1,500.00 Raised
  5. This fund has been started in memory of Steven Dowie who was treated at the Beatson between 2016 and 2018. The initial donation was collected after the funeral service and was split with Ward A12 at Forth Valley Royal. We hope it can be used to improve th experience of other patients during their treatment.
  6. On the 12th February 2019 after putting up a courageous fight against cancer our mum, Jane, lost the battle. Mum was an incredibly strong, positive, beautiful woman and an inspiration to many. Mum lived life to the full, refusing to let illness prevent her from doing the things she loved. This fund has been set up to support the wonderful Beatson charity and the staff who helped Mum and our family throughout her long arduous battle with cancer.
    • 183.00% Funded
    • £915.00 Raised
  7. The fund is to support the wonderful Beatson organisation and staff who helped Maureen and the family through her illness and beyond. Most people will be touched by cancer in one way and another, Maureen would want others to be helped in the same way as herself.
    • 614.50% Funded
    • £12,290.00 Raised
  8. My dad got diagnosed in 2017 with metastatic gastric cancer. He was very poorly treated by both Stobhill Hospital and Glasgow Royal Infirmary, but the Beatson actually took time to read his previous notes and learn about his illness. They really helped him when he was unwell and he was delighted that he got a real present on Christmas day (a dressing gown, if you are interested!) when he was in hospital. The Beatson tried so hard to help my dad and it was so unfortunate that it was his body that let him down in the end. He fought his illness until his very last breath.
  9. Jacqui put up a brave and very courageous fight uncomplaining selfless everyone else was Jaquis worry. Jacqui made friends wherever she went and the Beatson created a few. Jacqui appreciated the work the Beatson did as do the family this is for them. xxxx
  10. This fund has been set up in honour of my other-worldly husband and raison d'être Dale Barclay, who tragically died from brain cancer in September 2018 at just 32. Dale was a force to be reckoned with; an old soul with the wildest heart. He lived for love, music, truth and adventure – fierce and compassionate to the very end. To have witnessed Dale’s courageous and transcendent spirit will forever be the purest honour of my existence. His name will call across the ages, for he was an extraordinary man and an inspiration to so many. The nurses, consultants and staff at the Beatson were true heroes throughout our journey. Dale received the finest care and often expressed profound gratitude for the dignity, support and respect he was shown by the Beatson Team. In memory of Dale Barclay, please donate and help others thrive.
    • 20.00% Funded
    • £2,000.00 Raised
  11. I have decided to start this fund as the nurses and doctors at the beatson are truly angels. The care, support and dignity they showed to my mum till the end was inspirational I can't thank you enough !!
  12. He was someone special not just to his family but to all his long term friends and work colleagues.He was quiet and hard working. Always understood the value of things. He was genuine who gained alot of respect from loads of people
    • 284.33% Funded
    • £853.00 Raised
  13. Elma fought a long but positive battle against her cancer illness. She never complained about her illness and always thought there was someone worse off than herself. She received excellent care at Crosshouse Hospital from the consultants who travelled from the Beatson to carry out the clinics. She had two radiotherapy treatments at the Beatson and was always so grateful for the care and compassion she was shown throughout these visits.
    • 58.67% Funded
    • £880.00 Raised
  14. Alastair passed away on Friday 7th December 2018 at home. He had successfully completed a course of radiotherapy at the Beatson and was delighted with the care and attention he received during his course of treatment.
    • 48.00% Funded
    • £240.00 Raised
  15. We sadly lost our mother on the 30th nov 2018 and at her funeral we asked for donations to be made towards Beatson Cancer Charity instead of flowers as this is what she would have wanted.
  16. Brian and I.
    • 23.00% Funded
    • £230.00 Raised
  17. "Iain was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumour. He received many treatments at the Beatson and always had great faith and respect for all the staff. Unfortunately the treatment available at that time could not provide a cure and on 4th May 2009 Iain, having no strength to put up further resistance, had to give up his struggle. It was just 2 weeks after his fortieth birthday. The manner in which he conducted himself during his illness was an inspiration to all his family and friends. He would be pleased that the help and kindness from the Beatson staff could be remembered in this small way."
    • 7.50% Funded
    • £150.00 Raised
  18. Charles (Chic) Patrick Callaghan lost his battle with leukaemia in September 2017. Chic fought leukaemia twice before and stayed positive the entire time. Always smiling and being incredibly strong. He overcame the cancer twice before, he also had a bone marrow transplant the second time. Sadly the cancer came back and it went unnoticed until it was too late.
    • 0.00% Funded
    • £0.00 Raised
  19. Esther passed peacefully on February 6th after attending the Beatson for 2 years in her battle against cancer. The family would like to thank all of the staff and know that Esther also appreciated everything that they did for her. The family like to give anyone who wishes the opportunity to make a small donation in Esthers name to help the Beatson to continue the important work that they do.
    • 463.33% Funded
    • £695.00 Raised
  20. Jessie was, is and always will be a much-loved and adored mum, gran, sister, aunt and friend to so many whose lives she touched.
    • 79.50% Funded
    • £1,590.00 Raised