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Still time to help cancer charity reach goal

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HOPE for Tomorrow have currently raised over £9,000 during their urgent appeal to raise £25,000, by the end of March, to continue running their mobile cancer units, with one helping patients in Westbury.

Hope for Tomorrow is a dedicated charity, bringing cancer care closer to patients’ homes via their mobile cancer care units (MCCUs). The invaluable service has been visiting Westbury since 2012 and allows patients who previously had to travel to Salisbury to undergo treatment closer to home.

The charity said, “We need your support to continue our services. It costs £198 per day to run an MCCU. We are hoping to raise £25,000 by the end of March; enough to fund one of our units for 126 days, or our entire fleet for approximately 10 days. We are asking you to play your part in helping us to reach this target.”

They are currently at £9,292 online at the time of print. However, there is still time to help the charity reach their target. If you would like to donate to the charity you can via: www.justgiving. com/campaign/urgentappeal. For more information about Hope for Tomorrow visit https://hopefortomorrow .org.uk.

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