Local singer leads the call for Liverpool’s cancer heroes

Monday, 3rd July 2017 | General | 0 comments

Talented Mezzo Soprano singer Danielle Thomas is urging the kind-hearted people of Liverpool to pledge their support to North West Cancer Research. 

As a local charity which funds life-saving cancer research volunteer fundraisers are vital for our survival. We're looking for local people to form a new fundraising group to help raise money and act as regional cancer heroes.

Danielle first became involved with North West Cancer Research after her Grandfather died from colorectal cancer aged 76. Wanting to do something to help, Danielle started by using her voice and singing for free at fundraisers and several of our yearly events.

The 27-year-old was named as the charity’s first ever ambassador in 2015 - a role she has relished ever since.

To date she has helped raise thousands of pounds, which will support cancer research projects based at the University of Liverpool.

Now she wants to inspire others to help and is leading the search for a new fundraising group.

Danielle, said: “It was a sad time when I lost my Grandad. He was the biggest supporter of my singing, so I am happy I can use my voice to support a charity which is working to fund cancer research right here on our doorstep.

“I’ve seen first-hand the research that the charity supports and how important fundraising is in this process.

“Cancer is one of the biggest killers in Liverpool, which is why we need more people than ever before to help raise as much money as possible.

“We are looking for people who have a genuine desire to help support cancer research and who can generate fresh and exciting fundraising ideas.

“You can give as much or as little of your time as you like and any contribution no matter how big or small goes a long way in the fight against cancer.”

We are looking for like-minded people to work together and help organise fundraising events within their local community. If you're interested and want to raise funds for life-saving cancer research happening right here in Liverpool, then find out more or call us on 0151 709 2919.

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