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OnlineRender
10-06-2009, 03:56 AM
Just to let you know ,that there some good people left in the world .

My mother-in-law has terminal breast cancer and my step-father has about 2- 3 months tops "lung cancer " .

My wifes always 100mph ,events managment is one of her things , she took upon her self to setup a fund raiser for Breast Cancer Awarness .

I know there's lots of people who need help , from homeless - disabled , but because this was close to home she done this for free and off her own back , " and I had to listen to her for over a year ,planning " . . .

anyways the party was last week and she Raised 2000 in the space of 4 hrs , it was a great night , over 200 people showed up and raised money for a good cause . .

But she already booked for 2010 " great another year of listening to her "
but every minute was worth it .

here are some images to make the world look like a better place

Peace

Ps accepting donations for raffle prices and so on . . . . .

www.party4pink.bebo.com

sorry about quality the were takon on my cannon just bebo uses crap compression

My nephew
http://file049b.bebo.com/19/large/2009/09/28/21/7980690586a11656483711l.jpg

My daughter
http://file051b.bebo.com/15/large/2009/09/28/21/7980690586a11656483974l.jpg

My wife " 4 days after giving Birth "
http://file051b.bebo.com/8/large/2009/09/27/14/9024316252a11649173692l.jpg

Peace

colkai
10-06-2009, 07:59 AM
Working for charity is always a good thing and when it's "close to home" it makes it all the more rewarding and important. The wife was diagnosed with MS last year so I can relate to having your world turned upside down.

Good on all concerned, looks like a fun time was had! :)

OnlineRender
10-06-2009, 09:17 AM
Working for charity is always a good thing and when it's "close to home" it makes it all the more rewarding and important. The wife was diagnosed with MS last year so I can relate to having your world turned upside down.

Good on all concerned, looks like a fun time was had! :)

Sorry to hear that ,my father in-law "Yvonnes dad " has MS aswell ,originally dignosed with ME but after he had a several small strokes , the doctors changed there dignosize.

GL my heart goes out to you ,your wife and family .

here dads the one on the left you cant see his stick .........

http://file051b.bebo.com/14/large/2009/09/26/12/7980690586a11644246002l.jpg