A Falkirk High School pupil has taken it upon herself to raise a ton of cash to help a little girl who had a rare form of cancer.
Demi-Louise Love (13) has organised a prize bingo and raffle in the Ochiltree Social Club, in Ochiltree Terrace, Camelon tomorrow (Friday) night for Millie McColl (4) and her charity fund Millie’s Journey.
Mum Natasha Love said: “Demi-Louise has already raised over £500 just from the collecting she has been doing in the street.”
All the cash coined in on the night will go to help Millie’s family and their fundraising efforts for their daughter.
Millie was diagnosed with stage 4 Neuroblastoma last year and, following extensive treatment, is now in remission. However, her family are still collecting as much money as they can so they can allow her to access a trial drug which is only available in America and could prevent the disease returning.
Demi-Louise’s big prize bingo night kicks off at the Ochiltree at 7pm.