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Updated: 11 August 2016
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Updated: 11 August 2016
TVT Mum Member Kimberley Vallis

My name is Kimberley Vallis, a 30 year old woman from Yate, South Glos. Kimberley has recently had mesh removal surgery please read her story on Just Giving and Facebook.

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Please visit my Just Giving fundraising page: crowdfunding.justgiving.com/kimberley-vallis

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Please visit my Facebook: www.facebook.com/sixteenfor2016/

Date: 28 June 2016
From: Lorraine Evans founder of TVT Messed up Mesh (TVT Mum)
Message: The founder Lorraine Evans and the trustees of TVT Mum have expressed their wish to have the money raised for TVT Mum divided between the 3 charities Survive, Miscarriage Association and Southmead EPAU. Thank you Kimberley for the enormous work you have put in to complete the challenges and with your fundraising efforts for these very worthy causes. You're an amazing and wonderful woman loved by many. Much love from Lorraine x

Date: 8 December 2016
To Kimberley,
To think of doing a fundraising event so soon after your surgery is a true kind spirited heart. Thank you so much for your kindness to raise funds to keep the TVT Mum website live and active, the goodness of your heart will prove for a successful recovery and quick healing to have your life back. Always here for you our beautiful friend. Love from Lorraine and all at TVT Mum

paisley daily express fundraising event
Date: November 2011
TVT Mum fundraising event please click to read >>>

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Please view our fundraising guide:
PDF: www.tvt-messed-up-mesh.org.uk/tvt-mum-fundraising-guide.pdf

Once you’ve completed your fundraising please feel free to send us any photos or videos you have to feature you on our website and in our newsletter.

Please visit this website for some fundraising ideas: www.100fundraisingideas.co.uk/list-fundraising-ideas/

donationWe need your help please to continue with providing advice, help and support to the mesh-injured, plus administration costs to keep the awareness campaign ongoing and also to have the website live and active with very informative forums on our message board. Please view more information about your donation www.tvt-messed-up-mesh.org.uk/donations.html. Thank you for all your support to the cause.

To go straight to the donation webpage please view this direct link: Make a Donation

You will see and hear from people who decided not to go ahead with surgery after reading our website. They have been saved from harm!

For more information on our petition please visit here www.tvt-messed-up-mesh.org.uk/petitions.html

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