So happy to say we’ve reached our target, thank you so much!

We are so happy to say that he have hit our target on the team page www.justgiving.com/teams/sophierobertsstory after an incredible 6,000 donations from around the world, with even a dedicated fundraising site in France. That means we can go ahead and get Sophie the surgery that she needs to give her the best chance. We’re looking forward to later in the year when hopefully our beautiful girl will be in remission again!

If you are moved by Sophie’s story and still want to donate this would be fantastic as any excess money raised will be managed by the charity we have been working with, Kids ‘n’ Cancer, to help other children who are in situations like Sophie get a head start in getting the critical treatment they need. Some funds may be retained for Sophie by Kids ‘n’ Cancer, in case she requires treatment again. Should there come a time, for whatever reason, that Sophie no longer requires treatment, those funds would be made available for other children.

We’ll continue to update this blog and the various social media services we’ve been using (such as Twitter and Facebook) to let you know how Sophie’s getting on, and to let you know about fundraising events we’re running. Friends and family will continue to work hard for her cause over the coming weeks and months and anything we raise will be managed by Kids ‘n’ Cancer to help her and other children.

Thank you so much!

Ruth, Andrew, Sophie and James

2 thoughts on “So happy to say we’ve reached our target, thank you so much!

  1. What wonderful news – your story on BBC South Today broke my heart. You are in our prayers. XX

  2. So very pleased to hear you have the money you so desperately need. Wishing Sophie a super speedy recovery xxx

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