“The Amelia-Mae Foundation’s mission is to support families affected by Neuroblastoma,
whilst publically raising awareness of the condition”
...a beautiful, compassionate and lively two year old; loving the colour pink and
all things girlie, was struck with the devastating diagnosis of Neuroblastoma stage
4 in September 2012.
Despite her amazing fighting, will and courage, Amelia-Mae unfortunately passed away
in July 2013. She touched the hearts of the nation with her big blue eyes and lovable
nature, therefore the Amelia-Mae foundation has been founded in her memory.
We strive to support families; creating laughter, smiles and empowerment during the
strenuous battle which neuroblastoma causes.
Neuroblastoma is an agressive childhood cancer developing from nerve cells called
neuroblasts and affects over 100 children per year with in the UK alone. The treatment
is particularly long in duration and intensive.