Leukaemia patient raises money to buy Lego for other children
A charity has called a 13-year-old girl from Bristol "an inspiration", for thinking of others while battling cancer.
Tatiana Stankovic Davis has been in Bristol Children's Hospital receiving treatment for leukaemia for more than a month.
But despite her own battle, she decided to raise money so other young patients have something to play with while they are in hospital.
She planned to raise £500 to buy Lego for other children but has so far raised more than £8,000.
05 Apr 2017
- From the section Bristol