#JustOnePound can help poorly Bradley

The mum of poorly Bradley Lowery has taken to social media to pleed for donations to help save her little boy following his relapse.

Gemma Lowery needs to raise £700,000 so that five-year-old Bradley can receive cancer treatment not available in the UK.

She recently told Mirror.co.uk: “It’s heartbreaking that we have to put a price on our child’s head.”

“He said to me ‘it’s okay mummy – I’m going to kick cancer’s butt again’.”

After being given the all-clear in December 2014, Bradley’s family was given the devastating news of his relapse in July this year.

In a recent photo of the toddler, Gemma posted on Facebook yesterday: “Bradley is in a lot of pain where his tumour is.

“Please pray for my baby that it isn’t growing because that means chemo is not working.”

Using the social media hashtag, #JustOnePound, Gemma and her husband Carl, of Blackhall Colliery, are asking for small donations that can help make a massive difference.

By donating ‘just one pound’, and sharing Bradley’s story on social media so that others can do the same, you can help too.

Gemma added: “There are 2.6 million people living in the North East – we only need 400,000 of them to donate £1”.

So far, Bradley’s main Virgin Money Giving page has received a total of over £291,500 in donations. A separate page for the #JustOnePound campaign has raised a further £9,950 to date.

Go to chasethewind.co.uk to donate #JustOnePound. You can also text BRAD02 £1 to 70070.

To find out more about how you can help, visit the Facebook page, Bradley’s Fight website or the Virgin Money Giving page.