Back in July Charlie, who had just been appointed bar manager at Whitehawk Football Club, was diagnosed with Stage 3 pancreatic cancer.
In the hope of raising awareness, Charlie will be shaving her head at half-time of the Whitehawk v Hythe Town game this coming Saturday (12th November), at around 3.45pm.
The five year survival rate for Stage 3 and above is marked at less than 10%, a statistic that has not improved in the past 40 years. Research into the disease is seriously underfunded, so any money raised will go a long way into researching and, one day, eradicating it as a whole.
Everyone at Whitehawk extends their best wishes to Charlie at what must be a deeply daunting and uncertain time. We are committed to Charlie’s cause, and would like to present you with her JustGiving page (link below) as she hopes to reach a minimum target of £500.
You can help support the Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund and listen to Charlie’s story by clicking this link: https://www.justgiving.com/page/charlie-qualter-1666814545766?utm_source=copyLink&utm_medium=one_page&utm_content=page/charlie-qualter-1666814545766&utm_campaign=pfp-share&utm_term=a1f7b9bd624f43a4828d315ebdea2c09