CAA would like to offer our sincere thanks and congratulations to the Curran family and friends who raised over £2,600 pounds for CAA by competing in the Great Scottish Run. Here’s why:
On August 28th 2012, John Curran was diagnosed with the terminal disease Mesothelioma. He passed from this horrible disease on 22nd January 2013 aged 66 . This disease is caused by exposure to asbestos and has no cure. Clydeside Action are a group who help people with asbestos related diseases and have been fighting for the rights of these people. Please donate and help this charity keep fighting for people living with these diseases and the ones who don`t know what is about to hit them.
CAA would like to send our sincere thanks and appreciation to all those who participated and those who supported everyone who ran in the 10k. Your efforts and generosity allow us to continue providing our support to all those who suffer from an asbestos related condition and particularly those who are terminally ill.
The aim of Clydeside Action on Asbestos is to make a difference in improving the quality of life for sufferers. With the help of donations from supporters such as you we can achieve this together.
Thanks again for your generous support.
You can donate here http://www.justgiving.com/johnfranciscurran