On the 14th April I will be doing a 7 day trek in the Himalayan Mountains in Nepal to raise money for the Marie Currie, Hampstead Hospice.
The trek is in memory memory of my brother Robert Warrick Nevers and Kitty Mc Donald another of my beautiful family members, both died of cancer. Robert passed away in January 2019. And Kitty in the summer of 2017
Robert was a kind, gentle man who loved nature, Arsenal football team and his community. He was generous and helpful to everyone he came into contact with. When my mum and dad became ill he would visit them regularly to care for them. Nothing was to much.
Kitty Mc Donald was an amazing women who helped so many people through her church and in the community. Nothing was to much for her. I remember her giving up her Christmas Day to help cook dinner with me for older people in Camden who had no family or friends to spend the day with. She was a trooper.
Marie Curie Hospic in Hampstead looked after my brother and Kitty during their illness. The staff were fantastic and supportive.
Your donations will help support the hospice support future patients with terminal cancer and families. Thanks in advance for your contribution to this cause that means so much to me.
More information about Marie Curie Cancer Care: Marie Curie provides high quality nursing, totally free to give people with terminal cancer and other illnesses the choice of dying at home, supported by their families.