Congratulations to Brian who trained for hours and hours through rain, ice and cold, fighting exhaustion and somehow finding the will to go on. Then he ran the London Marathon to raise money for Secondary1st. As he said: “Beating this … Continue reading →
Some friends who had a sweepstake at a baby shower chose Secondary1st to receive the money. One of their friends recently lost her Mum to secondary breast cancer and they felt that this is a cause dear to their hearts.
Dalia organised a read-a-thon for kids to encourage them to read as many books as possible throughout February and raise money For Secondary1st by asking everyone they know to sponsor them for every book they read. Learn more.
February last, I lost my daughter at the age of just 32 to secondary breast cancer, after only 14 months from the first breast cancer diagnosis. Having found out that this can affect men as well as women I wanted … Continue reading →
Heather was moved by the experience of a family member who had undergone chemotherapy for breast cancer and had lost her hair. She decided to have her head shaved to raise money for Secondary1st. With the help of her daughter-in-law … Continue reading →
The guitar made by Melvyn Hiscock that was given to Jo Knell (Jojo Gingerhead), who was one of the seven ‘cancer bitches’ and died a month before Rosie (also one of the seven) was auctioned and raised £1000 for Secondary1st.