My mum was diagnosed with a GBM brain tumour .
Unfortunately further testing and surgery confirmed our worst fears and left us heartbroken at the thought of loosing her with little hope that any treatment would change the outcome.
After being let down and misdiagnosed initially we lost all faith in caregivers especially doctors and specialists .
Strathcarron hospice restored a little bit of our hearts when we witnessed the care and compassion that came naturally to the staff and volunteers there.
Nothing will ever change how hard each day was having to see my mum loose herself and forget those who meant the most to her but being able to pop home for a wash or change of clothes and returning to my mum with a smile on her face knowing she felt safe and loved made this process slightly easier.
This level of care was shared around all the warriors they looked after and if we can help by fundraising and giving back it’s my pleasure to take part in this and would ask if anyone could help with anything they have spare it would mean the world to many more that will benefit from this experience at one of the hardest times they will ever need to live through. I also know my angel will be looking down on us with her beautiful smile knowing others will receive the same as she did with the donations provided.

Fundraising is the only way this place stays open and able to offer the services they do.

Thank you I’m advance to anyone who helps us achieve our goal . Charlene Mcdonald