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A local child who is battling a rare and aggressive cancer has just a four per cent chance of survival by availing of the treatment for the condition in this country.
A fundraising ball is being held in Galway tomorrow night (Friday) to help meet the costs of ensuring young Grace Kenneally gets vital life saving treatment
BY EBHAN LOUGLIN
A major fundraising drive is under way to finance treatment abroad for a young city child who is suffering from a rare and aggressive childhood cancer.
A table quiz in aid of the Saving Grace campaign, which is raising funds for nine-year-old cancer sufferer Grace Kenneally, will take place in Crowe’s Bar, Bohermore, this evening.
A new fundraising campaign for nine-year-old Galway native Grace Kenneally to necessary treatment abroad has been launched.
A new fundraising campaign for nine-year-old Galway native Grace Kenneally to receive necessary life-saving treatment abroad has been launched.
Tonight, Thursday January 30, Monroe’s Live will host a night of ‘ceol agus damhsa’ in aid of Cairde Grace, the group established to raise funds for the care and treatment of eight-year-old Grace Kenneally from Tirellan Heights, who is battling the aggressive childhood cancer, neuroblastoma for the third time.
A fundraiser being held at Monroe’s Live at the end of the month will raise vital funds for a city child who is battling an aggressive childhood cancer.
A table quiz will take place in Tom Sheridan's pub, Knocknacarra on Thursday next, January 23, in support of eight-year old Grace Kenneally from Tirellan Heights who is battling cancer for the third time.