Nominated this year for the Fundraiser category are:

Molly-Mae Windle

Fundraising for Rays a Smile Appeal for Bradford Hospitals’ Charity.  Molly-Mae started in our appeal video as she has cystic fibrosis and understands why it is so important to help make radiology more child-friendly and make it less scary for children.  Molly-Mae is following our appeal and is coming up with lots of fundraising ideas she is able to drive forward and raise the maximum she can.  She continues to support our fundraising events and is taking part in Bradford’s 5k run in November 2019. She has hosted numerous raffles, attended fundraising events and has a talent for asking for support.

Helen Lynch

Helen supports fundraising and activities for a number of local charitable organisations, supporting events for charities whenever she can and is also a volunteer support worker at  Bradford’s Deaf Youth Club.  The charities she supports are not limited to, but include Sue Ryder Manorlands, Marie Curie, Yorkshire Cancer Support, & Bradford Hospitals’ Charity – all providing local support to the Bradford Community.  Following her own cancer diagnosis, Helen hosts an annual Fashion Show,  raising money for those charities who helped make a difference to her during her illness. and who will continue to help make a difference to the local Bradford community.  In 2019 she surpassed her own expectations and raised an incredible £12,000

Tabitha Wood

After beating ovarian cancer two years ago Tabby age 15 decided to raise money for the ward that saved her life and another cancer charity. She organised and cycled with her brother and dad from Charing Cross in London (where her specialist oncologist is) to Leeds (who monitor her).   By the cycle ride and other fundraising eg bake sales she has raised more than £22,000 this year for the LGI teen cancer ward and the Willberry cancer charity.

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