On 4th November 2021 Ruth Gamble lost her fight against Aplastic Anaemia after a 7 Week period in Belfast City Hospital. Her husband Bryan and son Kurtis would like to share her story (read more here) and fundraise on behalf of the Aplastic Anaemia Trust, UK.


Aplastic Anaemia (AA) is an extremely rare blood disorder, with around 150 to 200 people each year diagnosed in the UK (~ 2 in 1 million annually). Due to it's low numbers, government funding is concentrated on more common diseases, and charities such as the Aplastic Anaemia Trust depend on voluntary contributions to progress their research and knowledge in treating patients and supporting families affected by this condition.

Kurtis, his father Bryan, and close friends are all aiming to raise awareness for AA and raise money via undertaking an entirely self-funded trek to Everest Base Camp, Nepal in November 2022.

Thanks for taking the time to read our page, any donations no matter how small are greatly appreciated!

Kurtis Gamble