This day five years ago a small boy from our village was laid to rest having lost a short battle with unexpected illness. He’d been flown to England in the hope his life would be saved. Unfortunately it was not to be. Five years ago, on October 16th, his amazing mum and dad kissed him … More His name was Ben.
Some of you may remember my writing previously about young Ben? He was a beautiful, handsome, lively six year old who became ill and passed away within the space of two weeks. Because of the bravery and selflessness of Ben’s parents who agreed to donate his organs, the lives of other children were saved. While … More A shout out and a favour to ask.
If you are rushing I’ll make it quick… With a little over three hours still to go, Pa Curran has made his deadline for fundit. Thank you all so much. (If you want to know what I’m talking about I wrote a post yesterday called ‘Good people deserve good things’ To Pa Curran I say … More An update on ‘good people’.
I’d rarely ask for anything like this, but there is only twenty four hours left. Some of you may remember a post I did last year about an amazing man called Pa Curran who lost his best friend in an accident. His friends organs were donated and as Pa heard the helicopter fly away, carrying … More Good people deserve good things. Please help.
Tonight I have no words. It’s all in the video. If you watch it you will see those who have lived, because of organ donors, and you will see the pictures and families of those who gave the ultimate gift to save a life. Unintentional Hero is a beautiful song, written by Pa Curran to … More Have you had the conversation?
We use the word “extraordinary” without a thought. How many truly extraordinary people do you know? Tonight a group of families, whose loved ones donated their organs, will gather to salute and acknowledge what their loved ones have done. These are extraordinary people, in the true meaning of the word. Each one of these families … More The launch of Unintentional Hero