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A mother of two boys at Ardsley High School told the football coach she had cancer, and the football coach told the president of the booster club, and the president of the booster club told the deputy fire chief. They hardly knew the woman in question — Shivonie Deokaran and her boys were relatively new to town — but these men knew they needed to help. The story was all too familiar: She had only 18 months to live. First, they held a raffle.
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The charity was originally formed out of a passion for snowmobiling, and an equal passion for helping those diagnosed with breast cancer during this crucial and stressful time. The Kelly Shires Breast Cancer Snow Run initially was formed by two friends that bonded together to make a difference. When Kelly Shires was diagnosed with breast cancer she knew first-hand what it was like to battle this disease. Instead Kelly fought back.
With the help of our incredible supporters, our campaigns create positive change for breast cancer patients. We will also occasionally email you about other ways you can help, including through donating, fundraising and volunteering, and to update you on our research, health information and wider work to achieve our aims. You can change the way you hear from us at any time by emailing us at supporterengagement breastcancernow.
Breast Cancer UK relies on donations from members of the public to help us continue our work to campaign for the prevention of breast cancer. We don't receive funding from the Government or accept money from any corporation that might profit from breast cancer. Making a donation is quick and easy. Your support will help us continue our work to help prevent breast cancer.