Page created by Laura Hart

In memory of Sally Canning

http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/SomeoneSpecial/SACanning

Born: 16/05/1953 - Passed away: 12/07/2017

Hello lovelies

If you knew Sally Canning, you'll know what a gorgeous human being she was in every sense of the word. The kindness she has shown to so many women (and men, but especially women), in helping them unlock their potential has been humbling. Positivity radiated from her, and whether you liked it or not, it would always rub off on you, and make you see things differently. We, her family, miss her so incredibly already. And the only thing we can do, is ensure we continue to do her proud and make her ethos live on. Dare to Dream! 

I’m sure you’ll be aware that she had ovarian cancer, and whilst having this awful disease, she carried on with absolute grace and loveliness in her stride. After spending her final few weeks in the beautiful surroundings at Bassetlaw Hospice, she passed away peacefully.

There are two charities we would like to support in her memory. Firstly, of course, is Bassetlaw Hospice. The quality of care, and respect that both mum, and my brother and I received was exceptional – a world away from the hospital system. They made sure mum was comfortable in both the physical sense with medicines and nice bedding etc, and in the emotional sense with lots of tlc. The staff accommodated my brother and I spending every minute of every day there with our mum, and showed us such kindness, as well as letting us use their facilities. With the support of the Hospice team, we were able to focus solely on love and care for our mum, and not worry about where we would sleep, or how we would get food without leaving her side. The Hospice staff and medicines are funded by the NHS, however the building and contents are charity funded. A charity, that hopefully you will agree deserves support so that other families can continue to benefit for many years to come. 

The second charity, is Target Ovarian Cancer, whom mum and I have actively supported for the last two and a half years. This amazing charity funds medical research, campaigns for better legislation, regulation of treatment etc, and perhaps most critically, raises awareness in the general public and educates GPs. Ovarian cancer is so often, like with mum, discovered in an advanced stage, because the symptoms can be passed off or mistaken so easily - by GPs and by women themselves. In fact, over a quarter of women are diagnosed in A&E rather than by their GP! This isn't good enough. With our support the great work of this charity can continue. 

Please do give what you can.

Much, much love and thanks in advance.
Laura & Glynn xxxx

Total donations: £1,405.00

Anonymous

27.10.17

£50.00 (+ £12.50 giftaid)

Anonymous

01.10.17

£40.00 (+ £10.00 giftaid)

Anonymous

08.09.17

£30.00

Janet and Rob

31.08.17

£55.00

Rach Fletcher

08.08.17

£30.00

Laura and Glynn sending lots of love your way. Your mum would be so proud of the good work you have done and continue to do in supporting these very worthy charities. Big Hugs Laura xxx

Robert

29.07.17

£30.00 (+ £7.50 giftaid)

A special lady, will miss her a lot. Together Sally and Jill could take on the world.

Jo and James

28.07.17

£40.00 (+ £10.00 giftaid)

One of the most beautiful and genuine people I have ever met, you will always be remembered.xx

Anonymous

26.07.17

£30.00 (+ £7.50 giftaid)

Margret

26.07.17

£50.00 (+ £12.50 giftaid)

Rachael Taylor-Jenkins

26.07.17

£50.00 (+ £12.50 giftaid)

Great causes. Thinking of you Laura. Rachael T-J xxxxx

 

The amount raised above includes the total raised on linked pages where there is a common charity. To see what the charities which this 'Someone special' page supports have each raised from direct donations, see the charity totals below.

 

Bassetlaw Hospice of the Good Shepherd
Total raised: £702.50

Bassetlaw Hospice provides specialist palliative care and support for patients with life limiting illness across the area. It provides Day Care services for up to ten patients a day, and a specialist six-bed roomed in patient unit for respite, sym...

Target Ovarian Cancer
Total raised: £702.50

Target Ovarian Cancer is the UK’s leading ovarian cancer charity. We work to improve early diagnosis, fund life-saving research and provide much-needed support to women with ovarian cancer.

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Total raised
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£1,405.00

Total raised (+ Gift Aid)

£1,712.50

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