Stephen Dickson

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Total raised:

£3,148.00

(offline: £2,786.00)

With Gift Aid: £3,194.25

Target: £3,148.00

Page created by
Victoria Kerr on 21/10/2009

Stephen Dickson

Welcome to the Gift of Hope Heart Fund which has been set up in memory of Stephen Dickson. Stephen spent the majority of his life in Bonnyrigg Midlothian, and he moved to Barton under Needwood in 2008.  Stephen and I were together for 21 months, the best 21 months of my life.  Unfortunately Stephen died on the 24th August 2009 aged 35. Nobody should have to go through what me and Stephen's family and friends have been through these last couple of months so I have set up this fund for all the money raised so far and the money that I am hoping to raise in the future. This fund has been set up to raise money for the British Heart Foundation to help them in their fight against heart disease. I hope you can join me in fundraising for the nations heart charity. Nobody is doing more than the BHF to keep the nations hearts beating.Please make an online donation if you can.Victoria KerrThank you. 
Donations 11
£0.00

Scottish Association of Meat Wholesalers

£100.00

Mr Bob McIntosh

Missing You

£40.00

Ms Victoria Kerr

From Rita, Sandra, Tor & Hong. We decided to donate money to the Heart Foundation instead of sending Christmas cards to our work colleagues.

£167.00

Ms Victoria Kerr

Donations collected at the Celebration of Steve?s Life on the 3rd October at the Shoulder of Mutton. A big thank you to everybody!

£10.00

Mrs Belinda Leicester

£20.00

Mr Bob McIntosh

Always in my thoughts

£0.00

Systems Integration (Trading) Ltd - Work colleagues

£0.00

John & Katrina Dillon

£0.00

Audrey Johnson, Tim & Tracey Marsh

£25.00

Mr Bob McIntosh

Sadly missed big man, but never forgoten

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