TWO nursing students from Crosby and Aintree have walked up Mount Snowdon to raise £500 for blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan.
Kellie Riley and Amy Crawford took on Anthony Nolan’s Walking Together challenge to raise vital funds to save the lives of people with blood cancer.
Even though they have completed the walk, people can still donate.
Kellie, 29, and Amy, 27, said: “We met at university and have been friends for three years but this was our first walk up a mountain together and our first fundraiser for Anthony Nolan. We have had support from family and friends and now we would like to ask our community to support us and donate whatever you can for such an amazing charity!
“We have both worked throughout the pandemic and we know how hard it is for everyone - us included - right now but any donation would be appreciated!
Kellie and Amy chose to support Anthony Nolan because they are both incredibly passionate about raising awareness for the charity and trying to reach as many people as possible to think about becoming a donor and signing up to the register.
Anthony Nolan is the charity that finds matching donors for people with blood cancer who need a stem cell transplant – and gives them a second chance of life.
For more infomation visit www.justgiving.com/ and search for ‘Kelly and Amy are walking Snowdon’.