Max was a very handsome, cheeky, loving little boy. Max loved playing with his brothers and sisters, flirting with anyone who looked his way, and cuddling up with Daddy.
At just 5 months old, Max was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma. After a long fight he beat the Cancer, but it returned just 6 weeks later and the fight was on again. This time, no one in the UK could help him, so we launched an appeal to raise the massive sums needed to take him to America. Max held on but was declared unfit to fly, and just hours later, as if he knew, he quietly slipped away in his Daddy's arms.
It is our wish that we honour Max's memory by creating a memorial fund in his name that can be used, through Families Against Neuroblastoma, to offer other children and families the support they need to get through Neuroblastoma, and together with other like minded families, we can build a fund that can offer a life line to any child that may need it. By working together we can also provide funds for much needed research into Neuroblastoma in the hope that a cure can be found.
Please support us by donating to Max's fund, or by joining Team Max where you will not only be making a valuable contribution to our cause, but also joining with us to celebrate and honour of the life of our amazing son, Max.
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