This seven-year-old has been busking to raise money for cancer research

 

 

Tara Doyle is just seven-years-old, but has had to face the terrible effect that cancer has on a family. 

 

The youngster had been raising money for cancer research by playing her ukulele outside her home.

 

Tara began playing her ukulele outside her house even before her grandma was sick to help strangers beat cancer.

 

Unfortunately, little Tara lost her grandmother to pancreatic cancer earlier this year, so Tara decided to step-up her fundraising to honour her beloved gran. 

 

The Majura Primary School student also made a poster asking people to help her fight against ''cansa''.

 

Tara, with the help of her mum, set up a fundraising page online, and set a target of £700. 

 

"I wanted people with cancer to have the best cancer cure medicine ever so that if they are dying they live a bit longer" she explained to essentialkids

 

After Tara's grandmother died, she started an everydayhero online fundraising page that received more than $3000 of ...

 

Tara raised her £700 target in just 24 hours, and raised an amazing total of £3000 in just three weeks.

 

According to essentialkids, Tara "took the time to type 'thank you' to every person who donated to their fundraising page".

 

 

"If anyone else has cancer out there I hope they get better" said Tara.

 

What an AMAZING little girl. 

 

SHARE if you think little Tara is fantastic! 

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