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ABOUT US

The Anthonia Oyindamola Folakemi Afelumo – Coshare (AOFAC) foundation was set up in the name of a young girl who died of a rare blood disease called Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (TTP).

Anthonia was vibrant 18 year old, a wonderful daughter, sister and friend. She was academically gifted and having just received outstanding results at her ‘A’ levels was on the verge of going to university when she died.

Anthonia so wanted to get into healthcare to help others.

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This foundation has been set up in her honour to do what she would have liked to do and to make people aware of the disease and offer practical support for those affected by it

AOFAC FOUNDATION

JUSTGIVING

Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity and make sure Gift Aid is reclaimed on every eligible donation by a UK taxpayer. So it’s the most efficient way to donate

SET UP A REGULAR DONATION BY STANDING ORDER

If you would like to make a regular donation by Standing Order to help support AOFAC Foundation ‘s work, please download the form below and return by email to info@aofacfoundation.org  or you can take the form directly to your bank to set up the standing order.

Volunteers

AOFAC Foundation is a charity run by trustees and other volunteers; there are many roles which you individual, Lupus survivor, family member, friend, medical practitioner or interested party could do.

If you have some time and skills that you feel would be valuable to the foundation.

Our Ambassador: We need representatives of AOFAC Foundation anywhere you are across the world: this could include coordinating seminars and other TTP awareness events.

UK Event Buddies: We have varieties of events throughout the year and we need helping hands with these events from the technical stuff, to photographers.. etc.

Connects with us on social media sites:

It’s a fantastic way to meet others whose lives have been affected by TTP and stay up to date with the latest news and events.

Discuss common problems or issues related to the illness
Connect with new friends
Get involved with our events
Help us share information with your contacts
Please take a moment to JOIN TODAY.

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