1. In memory of Elizabeth Gaughan. A daughter, sister and aunt
    • 0.00% Funded
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  2. To raise funds and awareness for a wonderful charity.
    • 11.00% Funded
    • £110.00 Raised
  3. I am travelling to Nova Scotia on the 9th October a place Julie and I had many chats about. Julie had been and loved her trip and I was keeping my fingers crossed that one day I would be able to go. Julie was sadly taken from us suddenly on 11th July 19 and not long after I was asked to take part in a trip organised by WestJet Airlines to Nova Scotia. I picked up the phone and started dialling Julie's extension to tell her as soon as I found out - she was the first person I wanted to tell...... I can think of no better place to raise funds for the Beatson who took such great care of her and will be hiking the Skyline Trail (on the Cabot Trail at the top of French Mountain) on the 14th Oct in memory of our beloved Julie.
    • 87.00% Funded
    • £435.00 Raised
  4. The Catherine Anderson Memorial Fund.
  5. In memory of Granny Gaynor, Granny Stewart and all absent family and friends. Instead of wedding gifts, we would be grateful if you would consider making a donation to the Beatson Cancer Charity.
    • 82.50% Funded
    • £825.00 Raised
  6. For all the wonderful care from everyone at the Beatson

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  7. One of life’s special people lost their 9 year battle against cancer recently, this is for her
    • 402.00% Funded
    • £2,010.00 Raised
  8. We want to make a tribute fund to remember our Gran Lynn who was supported by the Beatson.
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  9. In memory of Helen Wallace and her loving family sprit.
  10. Me and max are doing the west highland way for cancer
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  11. In Loving Memory of Julie Beamish.
  12. A memorial fund following the death of Isobel Mason.
  13. In memory of or dear friend and drummer Jim (Gibbon) Gibson who lost his fight against cancer.
  14. Our mum, Janette, sadly died on March 21st 2019 after a short battle with Leukemia. While getting intense chemotherapy at the Beatson hospital The Beatson Cancer Charity provided her with great support.  Their supported her through everything - from showing her wigs and headwear when she was losing her hair, to painting her nails making her feel special when, perhaps, she didn’t feel special; and not forgetting the fancy coffees that rekindled the love of coffee that she lost after her diagnosis. She would have loved to say thank you to everyone who helped her, and allow more people to benefit from the great work of The Beatson Cancer Charity.
    • 94.80% Funded
    • £237.00 Raised
  15. Craig was diagnosed with a Stage 4 High grade Lymphoma and unfortunately lost his battle on Boxing Day 2018 . He had undergone 4 very intense rounds of chemo within the Beatson Cancer centre and he fought so bravely every step of the way.
    • 289.52% Funded
    • £2,895.19 Raised
  16. In 2017 my amazing Mum Janis was given the devastating news that she had a rare Neuroendocrine Tumour in her lower Bowel and so her journey begun with the Beatson. No matter how she felt the team at the Beatson always went that extra mile, which stuck in our minds when we had to say goodbye. So with Mum in our hearts and thoughts we want to give something back to say thank you.
    • 17.60% Funded
    • £880.00 Raised