Monday, January 11, 2016

The new charity aims to develop an app for organ donors to complete their own questionnaires to save time when the moment comes

Wales OnLine | HELEDD PRITCHARD

Stuart and Fraser Bates, who died after being hit by a car

A mascot for the charity set up by the wife and mother of Stuart and Fraser Bates, who died after being hit by a car near Llantrisant last month, will travel the world from next month.

Anna-Louise Bates said the mascot, named Fraser Bear, will set off on his travels on Valentine’s Day.

He will start in Chile and will also visit Australia as part of his worldwide trip to raise awareness for the new charity, Believe, Anna-Louise told the BBC 's Good Morning Wales on Monday.

The charity was launched to support families who have consented to donate organs following the death of a loved one.

Department store donation

Following the tragic death of the father and son, Anna-Louise, from Llanishen in Cardiff , contacted House of Fraser to have ‘Fraser Bears’ made for all the children in Fraser’s class. Continue reading

 

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