a charity which represents optimism, positive attitude and hopefulness in one day finding a cure for Leukaemia

Welcome to the
Steve Newman Blue Sky Foundation

Steve Newman was a thoughtful and kind man with a sense of humour and a very forward-thinking attitude to resolving any given situation. Through our fundraising we will honour his name by our continuous efforts to fulfil his legacy in finding a cure.

Named after a much-loved husband, father and step-father who never faultered in his determination to conquer this cruel disease and resume normal life again, the foundation was set up after his death in November 2017.

Receiving treatment at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital and a bone marrow transplant at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, consultants and nursing staff alike recognised the unique bravery and relentless positivity Steve showed throughout his intense treatment. Even in his darkest of days he would be on top of his game!

£2,818

RAISED TO DATE

Steve Newman was a thoughtful and kind man with a sense of humour and a very forward-thinking attitude to resolving any given situation. Through our fundraising we will honour his name by our continuous efforts to fulfil his legacy in finding a cure.

The foundation’s aim is to raise as much money as possible for both Ward 23 and the Nigel O’Connor Unit at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital. However, our sights are set firmly on funding a PhD student’s research into this cruel disease.

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“Although Steve sadly passed away on November 21 2017, aged 50 years, his legacy lives on in a foundation which reminds us all of the need to be hopeful of one day finding a cure for this terrible disease”

Sue Newman

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