This is Stephen Sutton. 3 years ago he was diagnosed with terminal cancer. This picture was taken around 4 hours ago, this will most likely be the last picture of Stephen. He’s likely to die before the morning.
But he has this bucket list, and one thing on the list is to raise £1 Million for the Teenage Cancer Trust. Please donate to the TCT to try and raise the remaining money before Stephen dies, or at least do it in his memory.
Celebrities such as Jason Manford have pledged £10K to this cause. And other celebrities are getting involved. Tweet this link (https://www.justgiving.com/Stephen-Sutton-TCT) to every celebrity you can, spread the word! There isn’t much time left but we can raise another £300K to help battle cancer.
Find out more about Stephen’s story and donate here
Latest update: Jason Manford says that according to what he last heard Stephen is still alive.
Also, comedian, John Bishop is also going to donate £10K. Which will will put the current total to just over £800K.
So please reblog and donate, only £200K left <3
I forgot to mention that you can donate £5 though text, by texting STEPHEN to 70500 or 70300
Well done everyone! :D
We have hit 1 million and Stephen is still alive! But who says we should stop there? We all know someone who has had cancer, maybe they were lucky and survived, maybe they didn’t. So in support of them and in their memory, donate to the Teenage Cancer Trust
"Life shouldn’t be measured by time, it should be measured by what you achieve." ~ Stephen Sutton
I never realized what a big deal that was. How amazing it is to find someone who wants to hear about all the things that go on in your head.
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