I am fundraising because I was diagnosed in 2018 and think the support from the AA Trust and FB page is excellent. Not many people know about AA and I have received information and support which I would not have been able to get from anywhere else.
A friend of mine is currently dealing with aplastic anemia. She is waiting on a bone marrow transplant.
I would like to raise awareness of the disease and raise some money for research to help save lives of others fighting
I am raising money for the Aplastic Anaemia trust in Loving Memory of Malcolm John Cowan who sadly passed away on the 3rd June 2019 due to ecoli sepsis and multiple organ failure.
I am a survivor of Aplastic Anaemia and believe fundraising will help to get this illness more recognised
I was personally diagnosed with severe AA in 2010. After several years of treatment, most my blood counts are now back to normal, with the exception of my platelets. It is vital that AA, despite its rareness, becomes more widely known. The AAT has helped raise vital funds that will be used for research into AA and increase awareness of the devastating illness. These are the reasons why I want to run for the AAT.
I want to raise money for research and awareness into this serious rare bone marrow disease as I have received support from this charity.
Aplastic anaemia is a rare and devastating illness which needs more awareness and financial support to help fund vital research and life saving treatment.
Ali and Laura are looking to raise money for AAT to enable them to carry on the much needed support and research into a rare blood disorder.
I lost my Daughter Gemma to this illness in March 1991.
Isaiah was diagnosed with severe aplastic anaemia in February 2018 turning his and his loving family’s life upside down.
To raise awareness of this disease and the funding needed.