The Mitre is supporting a worthy cause
This blog is a little different to our usual posts, mainly because it’s not centred on us! But we want to share with you all this heart-warming story of a little girl’s charitable nature.
Maicey-Lou is nine years old and, after watching a Facebook documentary on terminal illness, she started thinking about how tough it must be on families that are affected by things like cancer. She decided she wanted to do something to make a difference in young peoples’ lives, after all, if someone in her family was affected by terminal illness, she’d want them to have all the support they could get. That’s why Maicey-Lou is raising money to help build the new Proton Beam unit at Christies Hospital in Manchester.
Currently this type of help is only available in America and the hope is that buy klonopin levitra buy cheap from canada with enough money raised, families can begin their treatment in the UK meaning they won’t have to travel so far whilst being so poorly.
To raise money Maicey-Lou will be:
- Taking part in the Junior Great Manchester Run
- Taking part in a Midnight Walk
- Selling raffle tickets at her gymnastics club in Leigh
- Helping bag shopping at local supermarkets
Everyone here at The Mitre is in awe of Maicey-Lou’s charitable nature and to show such compassion and selflessness at such a young age is impressive. So we’re proud to have sponsored Maicey-Lou £100 to help her reach her target. If you’d like to donate to the cause then you can do so here https://www.justgiving.com/Adele-Ince
Christies is such a worthy cause for the work they do and every little helps! Good luck Maicey-Lou from everyone here at The Mitre!