Alison Craig

No one should have to face their own mortality at 18 – yet this is exactly what Cooper did; not only with great courage and bravery but with true inspiration, as he endeavoured to set up a legacy of some kind, to prevent other young people having to deal with this insidious disease.

Having worked in the health care industry for over 40 years – the last 14 specifically in the field of Multiple Sclerosis, I have witnessed first-hand, the extraordinary benefits of exciting new therapies discovered through research opportunities.

 As a family friend of the Rice-Bradings, I am delighted to support Tania, Colin and Mitch honour Cooper’s dream of raising awareness and funding for sarcoma research.