Brave Jamie Inglis passed away on 15th January 2013 after battling neuroblastoma for half of his life. Jamie inspired thousands of people in his short life, with his beautiful cheeky smile and his unstinting bravery in the face of this brutally aggressive cancer. Jamie’s cheerful, happy spirit and his strong character will never be forgotten by everyone who came into contact with him.
His parents, John and Vicky, ask everyone to continue fundraising in memory of their precious son. They have pledged to continue their fight against neuroblastoma, to help other families affected by neuroblastoma and to try and ensure they never have to experience what Jamie went through.
John says, “Please don’t give up on my son’s cause. There are still dozens of little Jamies out there and their families need the same support that we got.”
Vicky added, “Jamie’s legacy is too big and too important for us to say that it’s over. We have lost our son, but it will help us to cope by seeing our terrible loss as the beginning of something new. Neuroblastoma is not a death certificate because some children do get through it. That’s why you, and we, can’t give up on it.”
Please help us to create a lasting legacy of hope in Jamie’s memory. Your donations will be used to help babies and children with neuroblastoma to get help abroad if they can’t join a UK trial, or if they need a clinical treatment that is only available outside the UK. With your help, we can fund children’s treatment costs, support families and pay for research into the disease.
We would love to help you if you would like to organise a fundraising event or activity in Jamie’s memory—please contact us on 020 7284 0800 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact us through our website: solvingkidscancer.org.uk