Deal the Cards book supports Camp Quality
Allan Lowe started writing his book when his daughter Katie Bain was diagnosed with Bowel Cancer. Allan now hopes that the book will help cancer suffers and their families through their experience and honour the memory of his daughter Katie. Katie Bain was a long-term volunteer at Camp Quality and was adored by all that knew her.
Please read Allan Lowe’s message about his book below.
I am Katie Bain's dad, Alan Lowe.
My beautiful daughter Katie passed away from Bowel Cancer in May 2016. She was 27 years young.
Camp Quality was Katie's passion. Katie was a fundraiser and companion who helped Kids with Cancer from 2012.
Katie was loved by whoever had the pleasure of crossing her life path.
In honour of my beautiful princess I have written a book.
The proceeds from the book will go to Camp Quality, The Mark Hughes Foundation, The Better Together Foundation and Bowel Cancer Australia.
We are also looking for sponsors to purchase blocks of books so we can visit Oncology Wards and Gift the books to people who have been dealt a bad hand, to hopefully brighten up their day and share the load a little.
Thank you to all the Camp Quality Crew. Katie is very proud of all of you.
Thank you for reading.
To find out more or to purchase the book please visit the Deal the Cards website or follow the Facebook Page for updates.
About Camp Quality
Camp Quality believes every Australian child impacted by cancer – be that their own diagnosis or the diagnosis of someone they love – should have every opportunity to thrive. We do this by providing innovative programs and services to develop life skills and strengthen the wellbeing of children aged 0 – 13 growing up with cancer, and their families.
We are there for children and their families from the first experience of cancer through every stage, from treatment to remission and in the case of bereavement - in hospital, at home, at school and away from it all. Our belief in the proven principles of positive psychology forms the foundations of everything we do. We believe laughter is the best medicine. Laughter and optimism are essential to help our kids and their families not only cope, but thrive.