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Southend Round Table shared Colourthon's post.1 week ago
The Amy May Trust is walking on Amy's behalf to raise awareness around her cause: Aiming to educate and raise understanding of the seriousness of nut allergies and the potential consequence of severe anaphylactic shock.
Here is a video from 2 years ago about Amy May introduced by Eamonn Holmes. Amy was once part of Itv This Morning's team and it's imperative that this message gets out more and more.
"Many people are affected by allergies, some more so than others - Amy May was one of those deeply affected and awareness around severe allergies needs to be greater!"
When an allergy strikes an individual, it really isn't just 'an allergy'. For more about Amy May and her Story visit the website, get in touch and get involved:
Whatever your charity, choose it and ensure they don't miss out on the money - more importantly, awareness about them #spreadtheword.
Thank you for your continued support and #register to enter the Colourthon 2018 via the website or join the Amy May Trust and make it the biggest team ever!
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