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Kay O'Sullivan

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My grandad fought for many years and eventually passed away. I’m doing this in memory of him!

In memory of

Frank Kelly

Nice one. You’ve arrived at my Get Orange-ified giving page. I’ll be sporting my brightest orange glad rags on one day, to help raise money for Stand Up To Cancer’s life-saving research, where super-smart scientists speed awesome innovation into tangible treatments, like a cancer drug that acts as a ‘freeze ray’ and a way of making cancer cells self-destruct.
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Having watched my grandad fight cancer for my entire life and sadly passing away last year I have decided I want to raise money to help beat this horrendous disease. My grandad was a fighter, an inspiration to me and my hero. The strength he had until his final days will forever stay in my heart. He was a family man that wanted to fight long enough to watch each one of his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren grow into the people we are today. Please help me raise as much as possible for this amazing cause.

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