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Total raised so far


£893.00 of £500 target +£138.00 Gift Aid See breakdown

Recent donations

1 week ago

Claire Taylor


+ £5.00 Gift Aid

Congratulations Rome, you are a real inspiration. From Claire & Erin xx

1 month ago

Beth and Rupert


+ £5.00 Gift Aid

Great work Rome!

1 month ago



Go Romey! Proud of you 🙏🏾💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾

1 month ago



+ £2.50 Gift Aid

Go Rome!

1 month ago

Nathaniel Forte


+ £2.50 Gift Aid


1 month ago

Akeem Jackson


Well done Romey, you're making us all very proud and Dad would be so proud you. Keep it up Romey. Love Busky, Julia, Paris and Meeka xx

1 month ago

Patrice & Charelle


+ £3.75 Gift Aid

1 month ago

Marie C


+ £12.50 Gift Aid

1 month ago

Aunty Camarra


Go Romey, you can do it!!! Between me & Granny we send you 54 for your 54! You got this & Daddy would be proud. We love you x

1 month ago

Patricia Williams


+ £5.50 Gift Aid

No words Papa , just love

Rome’s 54 in 54

Bun_Cancer is raising money for The Ricky Casey Trust

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My story

Please sponsor Rome as he does his 54 in 54 (18 push ups, 18 sit ups and 18 star jumps in 54 seconds) to raise money for the Ricky Casey trust who support those affected by renal medullary carcinoma (RMC).

Rome does this in honour of his dad, Chad, who was diagnosed with RMC in August 2019. After major surgery, multiple rounds of chemotherapy and only 54 weeks after diagnosis, Chad died in September 2020.

Not enough is known about this disease, it is considered a rare disease. That will hopefully change thanks to Nic Casey (Ricky Casey’s wife) who set up the Ricky Casey Trust. By supporting those affected but importantly to improve the education of health professionals and hopefully in time enable clinical trails to improve not only survival rates but ensure earlier recognition of symptoms as this is a cancer that is mostly diagnosed at stage 4.

Please donate what you can and share our story. Follow us on instagram @bun_cancer

Renal Medullary carcinoma is a kidney cancer that is strongly linked with the sickle cell trait. It is mostly seen in young black people. Symptoms can include, blood in urine, flank pain, and unexpected weight loss.

Thank you for checking out my page. Making a donation is fast, easy and secure thanks to Give as you Live Donate. They'll take your donation and pass it onto The Ricky Casey Trust.

This page is in memory of

Chad Alexander

Bun_Cancer is fundraising for

The Ricky Casey Trust

Charity number: 1191716

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