As you know, Stephen has been raising funds for 2 separate charities this year. This is something he seems to do on a regular basis. This year he has focused on a virtual cycle from Loanhead to Great Ormond Street Hospital in London to raise funds for that hospital. You can find a bit more information on a previous post about this.
Stephen is still taking donations; a QR code is on that previous post if you would like to donate. We all know that this is a difficult time for many of us with all the political shambolic shenanigans going on which is hitting us all in the pocket, but every single penny or pound is appreciated. Even if you can afford to donate a couple of pounds via the link your donation will be very gratefully received.
Perhaps we can get an update on this from Stephen once this has all been completed.
I really don’t need to add much about tonight but I have included a message below which I received from Stephen yesterday.
So here it is…
How it’s going versus how it started 3 years ago…. and how it went in between…..
3 years ago shortly after lockdown was announced, I decided to help The Little Princess Trust by donating my hair so I started afresh, shaved everything and I let it grow again.
3 years in the making and it’s now time to do it.
I had a target of £250 online on my Just GivingPage and I have now raised £344 so it’s now time to come true and donate my hair.
If you don’t know who the Little Princess Trust is, read the story below and click on this: https://www.littleprincesses.org.uk/
To donate click on the link: https://www.justgiving.com/page/stephen-debon-1682951092491?utm_medium=fundraising&utm_content=page%2Fstephen-debon-1682951092491&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campaign=pfp-share
Or scan the below QR code:
The Little Princess Trust provides real hair wigs, free of charge, to children and young people who have lost their own hair through cancer treatment or to other conditions such as Alopecia.
The charity is also one of the largest funders of childhood cancer research in the UK.
The Little Princess Trust relies solely on the generosity of its wonderful supporters who help the charity give Hair and Hope to so many children and young people with cancer each year.
There you have it!!
Tonight Stephen will have his hair cut to the bone at the Cuddie Brae.
Stephen has recruited the services of a hairdresser to remove his locks tonight at the Cuddie Brae. His hair will then be packaged and sent to the Princess Trust to use for children undergoing cancer care. It would be amazing to get a big turnout, and support, for this amazing gesture by Stephen. Donations are still being accepted using the links above, please give what you can to help out a child in cancer care!