Here at SCAT we are immensely proud of our Live Life to the Full campaign, we have helped so many people over the past ten years and we want to continue to help many more – your support means that we can celebrate life changing achievements like these:
“I can walk the dog with my granddaughter” – Jean
“I can continue to be the athlete that I used to be” – Ed
“I have an improved quality of life” – Kelly
“My prosthesis gave me my life back” – Anna
Shiela Haddow explains that by leaving a gift in your Will you can continue your support for SCAT.
"It is difficult to condense years into a few sentences, but I would like to share the reason why SCAT is such a special charity.
"In the autumn of 2004 my husband, Leslie, was diagnosed with osteosarcoma behind his left knee. We were referred to Prof. Tim Briggs. He operated on Leslie at the RNOH in Stanmore in the December of that year, I shall never forget the kindness and support we both received from Prof. Briggs and his wonderful secretary, Janice.
"This care and pioneering surgery gave us over 7 more happy years together. When Leslie died in April 2013, I decided that the most appropriate “thank you” would be to support SCAT bone cancer trust and the amazing work that it does.
"This is truly a charity that 'makes a difference' and is why I have chosen SCAT as a beneficiary in my will."
For more information about how you could support SCAT please contact Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org
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