Steven Cooksey

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£1,526.99

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With Gift Aid: £1,908.73

Target: £1,000.00

Page created by
Rachel Farrington on 19/10/2012

Steven Cooksey

Thank you for visiting my Gift of Hope tribute fund.

This special fund will help raise vital funds for the British Heart Foundation. The BHF is the nation's heart charity, dedicated to saving lives through pioneering research, patient care and by providing vital information. It would be amazing if we could raise lots of money to help them continue their essential work. If you are a UK taxpayer you can add 25% to your donation at no extra cost to you by simply ticking the Gift Aid box when you donate.

Thank you again.
Donations 21
£25.00

Dad & Mum

never forgotten always loved

£168.00

Manchester City Council ICT Team

£3.99

Anon

£25.00

Dad

Never stops hurting Love you always son

£25.00

Gordon Cooksey

Never forgotten son, you are missed and always will be.Sorry we are late in give you your Christmas contribution.

£25.00

dad and mam

never forgotten son I was in our arts

£270.00

Manchester City Council - ICT

Money raised in your memory from ICT

£25.00

Mr Gordon Cooksey

it still hurts as much as the day we lost you.love you always son

£25.00

Mr Gordon Cooksey

never forgotten especially at these festive times we miss you so much so

£25.00

Mr Gordon Cooksey

6 November would have been Steve's 34 birthday, I ask all who knew him to raise a glass today for the life he had lived bringing laughter and happiness wherever he went. You will now and always be loved and missed. from Dad Mam & peter

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Dress Down Day for the 1 year anniversary 135 raised.Manchester City Council ICT

Rachel Farrington

My son had a loving heart and always thought of others. Myself Steven's mother and his brothers will never forget him. He is now laid to rest at sale cemetery plot 53 and some day I will join him ther

Steven's father Gordon