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The Walkers' Fundraising Story

The family of Sue Walker, who sadly died from cancer in June 2012, have worked together to raise over £30,000 for Rennie Grove Hospice Care in her memory.

After Sue's death, her husband, John, and their children, Emma and Matt, set up an online fundraising page and asked for donations to Rennie Grove from family and friends hoping to raise £2,000. However, through donations, sponsorship and organising a number of events, some of which have become an annual event. the impressive total they have now raised is over £30,000.

John explains:

Originally I thought that to raise £2,000 would be a fantastic achievement but I was amazed that within a few days the donations being made exceeded this. Emma then decided to take part in a triathlon with a number of friends and they raised even more and my son-in-law also raised money by taking part in another triathlon. Then we decided to continue the good work by organising some events to mark the anniversary of Sue's death and the idea of a concert and a golf day were born.

"Whilst we were really successful in our fundraising and we feel very happy that we did her proud, a Forever Loved Fund would have given us a perfect way to link our activities back to Sue. Everyone who supported our efforts, even if they didn't know Sue, would have had the chance to learn more about what a remarkable woman she was."

The Walker family ​continue to plan golf days in Sue's memory to support Rennie Grove and use their  Forever Loved Fund for their fundraising. See Sue Walker's Forever Loved Fund.

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