Everyday we are overwhelmed by the creative and challenging ways our amazing supporters fundraise for us. You are awesome!
Ever since I was diagnosed with Secondary breast cancer in late 2017, and came across Lisa Fleming’s story on how Make2ndsCount was born, I knew I wanted to support the charity in some way. Many people raise awareness by opening their world to social media which I totally admire and appreciate, but that wasn’t for me, so I knew I wanted to do something else.
The coronavirus has had an impact on all organisations. Charities are no exception to that!
Review by Martin Gray (Alledinburghtheatre.com) Christmas came early in aid of Make 2nds Count at St Giles’ Cathedral on Friday night. The shops may be decorated with tinsel, Channel Five may be filling its afternoons with festive films, but it takes a lot to get me into the Christmas spirit before 1 December.
I was first diagnosed with primary breast cancer three years ago but unfortunately last year I found out that this had progressed to secondary breast cancer. Secondary breast cancer means although treatable it’s no longer curable, and I wanted to make more people aware of this.
In October 2019, 10 participants got together for Make 2nds Count. They challenged their selves in this exhilarating and unique challenge which allows you to abseil (free-fall style like S.A.S) from one of Scotland’s best loved landmark.