The Jack Jeffreys Superhero Trust was created in memory of our son Jack who was diagnosed on the 7th August 2017 with Stage 4 High Risk Neuroblastoma.
His treatment included 10 rounds of chemotherapy, high dose chemotherapy, a stem cell transplant, radiotherapy. Sadly, before he started the immunotherapy, he developed a secondary tumour which he began a new course of chemotherapy for. He fought so bravely but the treatment did not work and there was nothing more that could be done.
Jack gained his angel wings on Saturday 21st July 2018 just 10 days before his 5th birthday.
We all felt very strongly that this would not be the end and vowed to carry on a legacy for Jack to keep his name and memory alive.
And so came the 'Jack Jeffreys Superhero Trust'.
The Trust, supported by The Bradley Lowery Foundation, raises funds to help support children with cancer and other life threatening/limiting conditions and their families in different ways, whether in or out of hospital, across London and the South East.
These will be things such as a day at the football with Jack's VIP Experience and providing gifts for children in hospital and many other ideas.