Welcome to the Aimee Drew Trust
Our little girl Aimee became seriously ill when what started as a common childhood illness quickly turned into lymphoma cancer. At that time there were no facilities or specialists available to help Aimee and despite the fantastic efforts of Manchester Children’s Hospital, Aimee died in January 1997. The Aimee Drew Trust was launched to help fund specialist facilities so that other children could receive life saving treatment.
Everyone remembers Aimee as a kind and fun loving little girl who adored her shiny red shoes. The continued success of the Aimee Drew Trust is her legacy.
Ian Drew, Aimee's Daddy
Aimee Drew was just 5 years old when she lost her battle against lymphoma cancer. Read why we started the Aimee Drew Trust.
Read how the Aimee Drew Trust supports the life-saving work at Manchester Royal Children’s Hospital.
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ITV Granada Reports News Article on the work of the Aimee Drew Trust
Dr Peter Arkwright talks about progress made since the introduction of the Trust
Would you like to help the Aimee Drew Trust?
Your donations and fundraising challenges can make a real difference. Legacies for medical research are always gratefully received.