Steven raises £2000 for Kilbryde in memory of friend

20 July, 2016

A huge thank you to Steven McKinnon for raising £2000 for the hospice by taking part in the Men’s 10K!

Steven ran the Men’s 10K on Sunday 19th June and decided to run in memory of school friend, Clare Davis Keegan, who sadly lost her battle with cancer this year.

It’s a real family affair as not only has Steven raised funds for the hospice, his fiance Janice also volunteers in our Drop-In Service and the McKinnon family also look after our patient transport van through their garage Mckinnon’s Auto & Tyres.

Thank you from everyone at Kilbryde Hospice for the amazing support! We can’t thank you enough!

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