SUPPORT BLOOD
CANCER UK TODAY!

100% Profits from the
Kingfisher Collection will be donated.

FEATURED PRODUCTS

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Why Blood Cancer UK?

Blood Cancer UK is a community dedicated to beating blood cancer by funding research and supporting those affected.

 

Since 1960, they have invested over £500 million in blood cancer research, transforming treatments and saving lives.

 

'I chose to support Blood cancer UK because they supported me throughout my treatment and even now with their research into Covid.' - Lotte May

About the Collection

I found the information that I was given when I was diagnosed overwhelming, then I came across Blood cancer UK’s website. Their information was a lot easier to digest, and it helped me come to terms with my diagnosis.

Now I have recovered from cancer, I want to be able to help raise money for people living with blood cancer and support all the work Blood Cancer UK does for this community.

I have launched a line of gifts and accessories featuring one of my illustrated designs. I chose to use a Kingfisher in my design, because for me, the Kingfisher encourages you to overcome your fears and also represents good fortune and freedom.

This concept came to me from the kingfisher who would sit by my living room window, throughout the 6 months of chemotherapy. Giving me the hope and strength to carry on.

 

 

Me and my newphew

SUPPORT
BLOOD CANCER
UK TODAY!

100% profits from the Kingfisher
Collection is donated.

FEATURED PRODUCTS

Sold out
Sold out
Sold out

Why Blood Cancer UK?

Blood Cancer UK is a community dedicated to beating blood cancer by funding research and supporting those affected.


 

Since 1960, they have invested over £500 million in blood cancer research, transforming treatments and saving lives.

 

'I chose to support Blood cancer UK because they supported me throughout my treatment and even now with their research into Covid.' - Lotte May

SUPPORT BLOOD CANCER UK TODAY!

100% profits from the Kingfisher Collection is donated .

FEATURED PRODUCTS

Sold out
Sold out
Sold out

Why Blood Cancer UK?

Blood Cancer UK is a community dedicated to beating blood cancer by funding research and supporting those affected.

 

Since 1960, they have invested over £500 million in blood cancer research, transforming treatments and saving lives.

 

'I chose to support Blood cancer UK because they supported me throughout my treatment and even now with their research into Covid.' - Lotte May

About the Collection

 

 

Me and my newphew

 

 

I found the information that I was given when I was diagnosed overwhelming, then I came across Blood cancer UK’s website. Their information was a lot easier to digest, and it helped me come to terms with my diagnosis.

Now I have recovered from cancer, I want to be able to help raise money for people living with blood cancer and support all the work Blood Cancer UK does for this community.

To do this, I have launched a line of gifts and accessories featuring one of my illustrated designs. I chose to use a Kingfisher in my design, because for me, the Kingfisher encourages you to overcome your fears and also represents good fortune and freedom.

This concept came to me from the kingfiisher who would sit by my living room window, throughout the 6 months of chemotherapy. Giving me the hope and strength to carry on.

 

About the Collection

I found the information that I was given when I was diagnosed overwhelming, then I came across Blood cancer UK’s website. Their information was a lot easier to digest, and it helped me come to terms with my diagnosis.

Now I have recovered from cancer, I want to be able to help raise money for people living with blood cancer and support all the work Blood Cancer UK does for this community.

I have launched a line of gifts and accessories featuring one of my illustrated designs. I chose to use a Kingfisher in my design, because for me, the Kingfisher encourages you to overcome your fears and also represents good fortune and freedom.

This concept came to me from the kingfiisher who would sit by my living room window, throughout the 6 months of chemotherapy. Giving me the hope and strength to carry on.

- Charlotte May

 

 


Me and my newphew