Louth Communities rally around Drogheda toddler, Alice Turner, who has a rare form of cancer – TheLiberal.ie – Our News, Your Views

Louth Communities rally around Drogheda toddler, Alice Turner, who has a rare form of cancer




Turner cancer appeal

A Louth baby girl named Alice Turner has recently been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. Her only treatment that will  make a significant difference, will cost €200,000 and is only available in America. The communities in Louth have rallied around her and her family and have started various fund-raising efforts to get the money raised and to send the toddler and her family over to America. Everything for car washes to marathons, people are helping where they can. There’s a mad hatters tea party being held in Collon hall in Collon, Co. Louth this Sunday the 27th at 2:30pm. Entry is €5 and all proceeds go towards Alice Turner fund to get her treatment in America which can help her get better. The link is below: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Mad-hatters-tea-party-in-aid-of-a-chance-for-Alice/

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