Here are just some of the young adults we have helped

Ross was diagnosed with a rare cancer of the upper spine.

Hi Sue
I would just like to thank you again for the next vouchers.
The work that you do for the Tuesday O'Hara fund goes beyond words. The past year has been the hardest of our lives, but we have also been overwhelmed by the kindness that we have recieved.
We have felt at times let down by some of the health care professionals with their sometimes lack of compassion and the lack of knowledge that we have recieved (or not).
The Tuesday O'Hara fund has helped us, not only from the extremely generous gift of £500 next vouchers but also from the support and kindness  that you have showed us. To beable to speak to someone that understands what we are going through and has been through the same battle is amazing. To know the feelings and frustrations that we have felt are normal and just vent our frustrations to somebody who listens has helped us alot. 
I cannot thank you enough for all that you have done for us. The Tuesday O'Hara helps people at the worst point in there lives when only someone who has been through something similar can relate too.
I thank you again from the bottom of my heart.
Faye & Ross 

Ross is doing well after an operation on his neck and in remmission.

We would like to thank all the young adults for letting us use thier photos and tell us about their battles against this terrible illness.
































































Emily was diagnosed with Leukaemia in April 2012

'I could never put into words how grateful I am to the Tuesday charity for helping me in my darkest hour. They helped me and my family get through a really tough time and provided not only financial support but also emotional. The charity provided me with the wig in this picture which helped to build my confidence after losing all my hair and also contributed a large amount of money so I could go on holiday after my treatment had finished!'

Thankfully she is now in remmission

Beth Ansell Passed away 27 febuary 2012.

Unfortunatly we didn't get to meet Beth, but we have heard she battled through her illness and raised money for teenage Cancer Trust and was a lovely young lady

Michael was first diagnosed in 2009 at the age of 18 with rare form of rectal cancer, he had chemo and other treatment and sadly it didnt work and it returned.

He is now under going more treatment choosing not to have a line in but having a canalur put in at each session.

Michael has a reason to be positive this time as his girlfriend Sammy of 2 years is expecting their first baby in December.

He requested help from us by providing him with Vouchers from argos to help them on their way in the new home with the baby.

Michael was not able to battle this terrible illness and died on the 26th October 2011. Pheebe Isobella his daughter was born on the 30th November 2011.We wish Sammy all the best for the future with Pheebe.


Luke came to us via clic sargent. He is currently at Alexandra Hospital Brighton for his treatment.

Luke was diagnosed with cancer when he was 16 years old, Luke was in remission but unfortunantly his cancer has returned at age 21.

He is now waiting for a bone marrow transplant at the Marsden hospital London.

Luke requested a lap top and clothes vouchers which we were able to take to him at home.



Rachel is 30 years old and is a physiotherapist at Glyne Gap School she was diagnosed with hodgkin's lymphoma on October 2010. She has Picc Lining in her arm to allow the chemotherapy to go through. She has two year old son Noah and married to Jonathan.

She requested to go to see Hair Spray and we paid for the tickets for herself and two friends. Next part of our contribution is a stay at the Griffen Hotel with her husband


Charlie Willams age 18 Nature of Illness Relapsed Ewing's Sarcoma ( Rare Bone ) Charlie requested a iPad which we were happy to help with to fulfil his request.

Before relapsing he was participating in a NVQ lvl 2 in Fitness and Personal Training. Charlie was diagnosed the March 2009 in remission for 8 months and returned November 1st 2010

Currently undergoing treament and has had femur and hip replacement.Charlie played rugby for the Lewis College but sadly can longer participate due to being a contact sport


Matthew 20 (right) currently receiving chemotherapy after being diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in May 2009.

Matthew requested an IPod Touch 32 to help elevate the boredom of the harsh treatment.

We wish Matthew the best of luck with the rest of
his treatment.



Robert 22 (left) received chemotherapy after being diagnosed with Acute Myeloid leukaemia in Jan 2009.

Robert had a relapse and went to Kings College Hospital London for a bone marrow transplant the donor being his brother Daniel, as Robert spent a long time in hospital he requested a Playstation games consol to help cope with his time spent in hospital – which we were happy to help with.

Sadly, Robert died on the 29th December 2009.


Betzibeth (right) was diagnosed with leukaemia in 2006 after chemotherapy had a transplant the Tuesday O’Hara Fund helped her when her weight plummeted to 4 ½ stone and none of her clothes fitted her now that she is in remission and getting back to college studying for a forensic science degree were she requested a laptop to help with studies.

The Tuesday O'Hara Fund wishes Betzabeth all the
luck for the future.



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