Kirstie needs you
Double lung transplant survivor is marking the first anniversary of major surgery with a charity ball.
Double lung transplant survivor Kirstie Tancock is organising a fund-raising ball to celebrate the first anniversary of her life-saving operation - and she wants you to join her.
Cystic fibrosis sufferer Kirstie, of Honiton, has organised a charity ball and tables of 10 can now be reserved at �50 per head.
The event will take place at the Thistle Hotel, Exeter, on July 14 and will include a three-course meal and top entertainment from comedian Ray Peacock, as well as live music and a disco.
Proceeds will benefit Live Life then Give Life, which supports organ donations.
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“It will help make people aware of the massive shortage in organ donors and the harrowing statistics that you are faced with when waiting for a life-saving transplant,” said Kirstie.
“Live Life then Give Life also funds important research and equipment which improve survival rates after transplants.”
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You don’t have to buy a ticket to support Kirstie’s efforts.
Instead, you could donate a raffle prize, such as a gift voucher, meal out or a holiday.
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