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Sara Lee's Story

In 1993 Sara was diagnosed with a sarcoma of her wrist. The treatment for this entailed amputating her right arm and chemotherapy. The odds against survival of this type of cancer were nil, but Sara was a fighter and was determined to try and survive. She began to plot her own care alongside her medical treatment. She learnt about diet, relaxation, meditation and received excellent supportive help from the Penny Brohn Cancer Care unit. She sourced her own dietician and spiritual healer who was also an aromatherapist. With their help she lived and worked through the next two years... read more

Fundraising Events

The Trust is completely reliant on fundraising and public support to raise the much needed funds that we need each year, below show the most recent events planned, please take the time to look at our full fundraising events list.

The Sara Lee Trust Therapy Month
Organiser: The Sara Lee Trust
Event Date: 01-03-2018 » 31-03-2018
Time: 00:00:00 » 00:00:00
A QUIZ AT EASTER
Organiser: Tim Hodgson
Event Date: 21-03-2018 » 21-03-2018
Time: 19:15:00 » 22:00:00
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There will be an #Easter #quiz night in aid of The Sara Lee Trust on Wednesday 21 March! Tickets are £5 per person,? https://t.co/2YMzS2vP26
10 hours ago
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The Sara Lee Trust Therapy Month offers a wonderful opportunity for you to treat yourself to a therapy treatment or? https://t.co/ss0GMoBz8q
2 days ago
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Help the Sara Lee Trust raise £5,000 to support an additional fifty people this year in Hastings and Rother on? https://t.co/3NhI5Ux1CK
2 days ago
In the Press
Trust Van gets a new look thanks to the support of 247 Transport Solutions The Sara Lee Trust was delighted to be able to give itís van used for collections and deliveries a make-over recently thanks to the support provided by 247 Transport Solutions and ABC Signs . Trust Retail Manager, Emma D[...]
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