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WELCOME TO OUR CAUSE

HOW CAN YOU HELP?

MAKE A DONATION

The medical cost in the fight against D.I.P.G. is unfortunately very expensive; every donation no matter how small helps and we are grateful to everyone’s generosity.

SUPPORT US

We regularly get together to raise awareness of D.I.P.G. through activities such as runs, charity events etc. and everyone is welcome to join us, even just to cheer if you can’t run!

PETITION

Please sign the Change.org petition which aims to convince the UK Government to fund research into a cure for D.I.P.G.  This petition is open to everyone around the world!

DONATION TARGET TO FUND MEDICAL COSTS

KALEIGH’S TRUST EVENTS

FIND OUT ABOUT UPCOMING EVENTS OR PAST EVENTS
18th November 2017 at 12:00 am London Regatta Centre, 1010 Dockside Road, London

Miracles from Monterrey!

Come and join of for a evening of excellent food, brilliant entertainment, fantastic company and the chance to win and also bid for superb items and memorabilia.

QUICK FACTS ABOUT D.I.P.G.

D.I.P.G. (DIFFUSE INTRINSIC PONTINE GLIOMA) IS A MALIGNANT (CANCEROUS) TUMOUR WHICH GROWS IN THE BRAIN STEM

Around 40 children in the UK are diagnosed with D.I.P.G. each year and mainly between the ages of 5 and 10 – regardless of Gender, Race or Religion.

There is presently no cure!

And any child could get D.I.P.G.

D.I.P.G. is like a death sentence for a child, the average life expectancy from diagnosis is just 9 months, some if lucky may survive up to 2 years.

Chances of survival are practically zero

It doesn't have to be this way

The lack of research funds means treatments have not changed since the 1960’s – we aim to raise awareness and help push for funding.

From research will come a cure

We remain hopeful this day will come

KALEIGH’S TRUST NEWS

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HELP US TO HELP OTHERS WHO MAY BE AFFECTED BY D.I.P.G.
D.I.P.G. has affected many other children and their families around the world, yet so little is known about it.  We aim to raise awareness and where possible, help other families who are or have been affected.