The total raised by terminally-ill teenager Stephen Sutton has now passed the £3 million mark.
The sick 19-year-old has now raised more than three times his initial target for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
News of the new fundraising landmark came as the teenager revealed he has been able to leave his sickbed for the first time in a week.
Updating his followers on Twitter, Stephen tweeted: ‘First time I’ve moved out of this room in a week. I’ve only been in a wheelchair to the end of the ward and back, but it feels so, so, so good.’ Continue reading
A terminally ill 19-year-old’s online fundraising page has gone viral, helping him raise nearly £1m for a cancer charity.
Stephen Sutton, from Burntwood in Staffordshire, was diagnosed with incurable colorectal cancer at the age of 15.
Last year he was told it was inoperable, prompting him to write a bucket list of 46 things he wanted to achieve.
One of his goals is to raise £1m for Teenage Cancer Trust, and he has been using the internet to help him achieve this. Continue reading