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Giving hope to those affected
by secondary breast cancer

Research. Support. Education.

Karen Henderson Legacy Fund

 

 

The Karen Henderson Legacy Fund has raised an incredible £28,725.29 to date.

 

Donations can be made HERE using the reference 'Karen Henderson Legacy'.

 

The Karen Henderson Legacy Fund, 500 Miles Challenge!


The beauty of this challenge is you can do it as fast or slow as you like as you have a whole year to complete your miles.


Do it individually or as a team to keep you motivated.

Put on your walking shoes and let's get moving to raise vital funds in memory of Karen Henderson.

 To sign up, sponsor a participant or to record your miles for the 500 miles challenge  CLICK HERE 

 

A dedicated patient champion since the launch of Make 2nds Count in 2018, Karen firmly cemented her place in the Make 2nds Count family. As one of the patient models in our first photo shoot, the minute Karen walked in the door her positivity and zest for living her best life radiated throughout the studio. From that point onwards, Karen became one of our first patient champions and she made sure that she flew the flag for us anywhere and everywhere she went.

From campaigning at the Scottish Parliament, volunteering at roadshows, strutting her stuff on the runway (at any opportunity!) to hosting her ‘Big Ball’. And, of course, who could ever forget her very own fundraising music video ‘Sunshine on Dalkeith’. 

Raising in excess of £35,000 for us over the years, there was no stopping this pocket rocket!

Make 2nds Count gave Karen hope and a support network but she gave us even more blessings in allowing those involved in Make 2nds Count the opportunity to call Karen a dear friend.  

'‘She was beautiful for the way she thought. She was beautiful for the sparkle in her eyes when she talked about something she loved. She was beautiful for her ability to make other people smile even if she was sad"