FHP Living have donated £250 towards cancer research after reading a touching property news story. Back in 2015, 61 year old, Martin Dawkins was diagnosed with terminal Glioblastoma Multiforme (GBM), a form of brain tumour. He was given just months to live but after beating the odds he’s now well enough to run the London Marathon. He’ll be raising money for The John Van Geest Cancer Research Centre in order to find the funds to cure cancer and his tumour. If you would like to donate after reading this incredible piece of property news please click here.
Martin has now returned to his day job at Loughborough University’s Sports Development Centre as well as working as volunteer at Trent Bridge Cricket Ground. He also hopes to return to guest lecturing at Nottingham Trent University. Martin’s aware that it might be too late for him but wants to encourage everyone to donate so a cure can be found as quickly as possible.
Nottingham Estate Agents, FHP Living and FHP Student Living are continuing to support the cancer charity throughout 2017. They hope to raise £15,000 for the charity but more importantly increase awareness of the incredible research the charity does. At the start of April, FHP supported the charity by organising a race night at the Wellbeck Banqueting Suite. Back in February, the team also hosted a fundraiser at the Ego Restaurant at The Dorset Arms. An auction was held with various prizes including a meal for 8 cooked in the winner’s own home by Ego’s Executive Chef, a four ball round of golf at the Nottinghamshire Golf Club and even a helicopter ride over Nottingham!