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Help father to be fight the big C

Closed Cause page created in the Health category by Jeremy Fraser for Ryan Hikuroa

  • $19,740.01 donated
  • 220 generous donors
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Help us to support Ryan; a soon to be father who has been diagnosed with cancer.

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Our best friend Ryan recently received some devastating news when doctors discovered a cancerous tumour in his neck. He now requires urgent treatment inclusive of radiation and chemotherapy beginning this month at Waikato hospital. This discovery has come at a particularly difficult time, with Ryan and his Wife Farah expecting their first child any day now.

While we cannot take away the pain of this diagnosis, or its timing, we do believe we can help lessen some of the load Ryan and his family face. Due to the nature of Ryan’s treatment, it is unlikely that he will be able to work and provide for his new family over this time. By donating to help Ryan cover their living expenses, we can free Ryan up to focus on his health, as well as spend precious time with his new family.

Those that know Ryan, know of his warrior spirit and his determination to overcome any obstacles that face him. Whether it’s stepping in to the ring, or heading half way around the world to bring back a gold Medal, Ryan is always up for the challenge. No doubt this is his biggest challenge to date, and he is ready to fight with everything he has got. Please come stand with us in his corner, as we support him in knocking out the Big C once and for all.

Use of funds:

All money raised will be used to cover living expenses such as rent, utilities and food. The goal being to alleviate financial stress and allow Ryan to focus on his health and family.

Page created by:

Jeremy Fraser


Ryan is a close friend of mine and would like to raise funds for him and his family.

All funds raised benefit:

Ryan Hikuroa


Funds will be paid to a verified bank account of Ryan Hikuroa.
“Wish you and your family all the best”
“I have only just caught up, but glad to see you are through the worst of the treatment and wish you, Farah and Rākai all the best with your recovery!”
“Get well soon hikuroa! Love you Bro”
“Wishing you Ryan all the best... Keep fighting it...Congratulations on the birth of your beautiful baby... My husband is "fighting the fight" and keeps winning. Thinking of you all.”
“Hey Ryan, I was so sad to hear of this diagnosis especially since you have just become a dad, I am wishing you all the strength and courage to fight this and I am sure that you will”
“Enjoy your gorgeous bub. A tough time ahead for you but you'll overcome this. Wishing you all the best.”
“Positive thoughts to you all.”
“Stay strong big guy.”
“Sending love xx”
“Fight the Fight Ryan.. you've got this!! Surround yourself with positive vibes. X”
  • $19,740.01 donated
  • 220 generous donors

$19,740 donated

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  Closed This cause page was created on 04 Feb 2018 and closed at 11:59 NZST (UTC +12:00) on 04 Aug 2018.

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