The NHS spent around £500,000 trying to save Ruby.  But effective treatments for relapsed T-cell blood cancer just haven't been found yet.  So we're hoping to eventually raise a similar amount to fund research to find more effective and kinder treatments. We set up Ruby's Live Kindly Live Loudly fund with CCLG in August 2020 - and by August 2021 we'd already raised £100,000, which is amazing!


We've had an amazing array of fundraising activities so far - everything from online dinner parties and comedy nights to sponsored skydives, wingwalks and headshaves. You can read about previous fundraisers here.  If you'd like to do a fundraising event in Ruby's memory, please get in touch (drop us an email at!  We can give you t-shirts, badges and postcards to support your fundraising efforts and we'll also share what you're doing via social media.


We've got the following events coming up:  

Paul's London Marathon
On 2 October 2022, days before what would have been Ruby's 21st birthday, Paul Kruzycki (who used to work with Ruby's Dad) will be running the London Marathon to raise money for Ruby's fund.  More details here
Rosemead's fundraising
Ruby's infants school, Rosemead Pre-Prep, are supporting her fund with a variety of activities this year, including sales of pin badges, books and cocoa bombs, and a sponsored 'acts of kindness' week. Details here
Postcards for Ruby 
7 October 2022 would have been Ruby's 21st birthday. To mark the occasion, we're inviting anyone to create and submit a postcard-sized piece of artwork in Ruby's memory, which we'll be raffling off on her birthday. More details, including how you can get involved, here. #PostcardsForRuby

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