Donate from your Pay

Workplace Giving is a simple way to donate to charities direct from your pay, and get your donations matched. Most companies match donations, so you could double your impact, giving your charity even more support!

Nominate your Workplace

* We are constantly adding new organisations to this list.
If your employer isn't listed here yet, please donate
via another payment method

Help Allan John Baldey reach their target

Donations big & small make a difference

Donate Now

Donate now using your credit card or PayPal account using our secure payment gateway and recieve a tax deductible receipt emailed directly to you

or
Donate from your Pay

Donating from your pay means companies can match donations, plus there’s no need to keep tax receipts. Most companies match donations, so you could double your impact, giving your charity even more support!

 saving changes, please wait..

 page successfully updated

 error saving changes

 file size exceeds 512kb.

AUD $1,761 of AUD $10,000 target.

Don't see the secure browser? We'll help you re-launch the window to complete your connection.

continue close

Allan John Baldey

$1,761 of AUD $10,000 target.

Raised by 0 people in days for Pancare Foundation

Biggest Supporters

AUD $250.00

Anonymous

AUD $109.00

Jeanette Probyn

Allan John Baldey

Story

Dear friends of Allan ( aka AB, Baldey, Big Fella, Silverback),

 

We are raising funds to support research for pancreatic cancer through Australia's Pancare Foundation. The aim is for our future children as they become men and women to have a higher chance of survival if they're diagnosed with this common cancer. (Donation are tax deductible and admin fee free). 

 

Funds restricted to:

* Early Detection – for patients with a strong family history of pancreatic cancer can take part in screening. Invest in research to support a screening program (or test) for the general population as currently there is no early detection screening available. 

* New Treatments – Invest in research that is improving current treatments options or developing new treatments - includes supporting good clinical trials.

* Fund Scholarships – we provide 3 year scholarships for PhD students in the area of pancreatic and upper gastrointestinal cancers.

 

Allan's Timeline

Monday 21 May, 2018 Allan rang to say he had turned yellow. 

 

Thursday 24 May, after bloods and scans, we found out Allan had pancreatic cancer which had metastased into a vital organ - the liver. At this stage, AB’s Atherton doctor advised he had appx six months to live. 

 

Monday 28 May, at Cairns base, a metal stent was inserted into his bile duct to release the toxins. Believing the procedure hadn’t work, we drove to Townsville for a second opinion because his yellowing hadn't disappeared and Allan still felt unwell. His urine changed from deep yellow to dirty brownish colour (toxins being released) after the stent. 

 

Thursday 7 June, Allan was admitted to Mater private, where bloods and a second scan revealed the cancer had progressed (Allan’s doctors also consulted with their Brisbane colleagues). 

 

Saturday 9 June - During the inserting of a plastic stent inside the original metal stent, it was revealed cancer cells were squeezing the middle of the original stent together. And there was tissue growth inside the stent restricting the release of toxins through the bile duct from the liver. Allan's timeline changed from six months to weeks and appx 2-3 months because of the aggressive tumours. By this stage his kidneys were also struggling to filter toxins. 

 

Monday 10 June - Allan insisted on going home to the Atherton Tablelands. Doctors were happy to abide by his wishes after completing final checks.

 

Tuesday 11 June - After all that could be done was done, AB was released from hospital. We stayed in Townsville with his brother Denver where Allan was able to say further hellos and goodbyes to family and close friends. 

 

Sunday 17 June - I drove Allan home to our farm on the Atherton Tablelands. 

 

Monday 18 June, 1:30pm - With the help of Lynchy (rally car mate), he and the nurses moved Allan into a wheelchair to enter the doctor's surgery via the ambulance entrance. His doctor in Atherton was taken aback at how quickly Allan had deteriorated. 

 

Thursday 21 June, 8:30am Allan was pain-free and at peace when he passed at home in our bed. The doctor advised to have whatever time I needed with AB after he passed. I hugged, cried, talked and stayed with AB until the palliative care nurse arrived at 10:15am. After she checked Allan, filled out a special deceased form and spoke to Allan's doctor, I was able to ring his brother Denver at 10:30am. The nurse then spoke to the transport and after consulting with me, I asked for Allan to be collected about 2:00pm. 

 

Tuesday 25 June, 11am, a celebration of Allan’s life was held in the chapel at Fitzgeralds' Funeral Townsville, followed by refreshments.  Thank you to Denver and Jennette Baldey for their support and in arranging this beautiful family and friends tribute to Allan. Also to Allan's daughters Kristy and Nikki for their poem at the service and their wonderful collection of photos of their Dad and family. To my son Kerrin for being by my side, along with three long time friends of some 30-40 years - Gina, Sloane and Delicia. To those who know me and Allan well - no matter where you were in the world you were right there with us. 

Hugs,

 

Maria

 

* Please support us by making a secure online donation and by posting a message in memory of Allan.

Donations made through this platform are secure and will be remitted directly to Pancare Foundation.

   

Thank-you for your kindness,


Mariaxo


Maria Parenti-Baldey  

read more

  Story

  Cause

  Stats

All Donations 0 Activity 0

  All

There is nothing to show from any feeds at the moment.

  Donations

There are no current donations or activities for this user.

  Activity

      Leaderboard
      Distance
      Calories
      Time
      Steps

        Pancare Foundation

        The Pancare Foundation is a national not-for-profit organisation created in 2011. Our purpose is to increase survival and provide support to people affected by pancreatic cancer as well as other upper gastrointestinal cancers. With one of the lowest survival rates of all major cancers, pancreatic cancer statistics have not changed significantly in over 40 years. It’s time for us to make a change – join Pancare in the fight to improve outcomes today.

        read more

        Created by

        Allan John Baldey

        for Pancare Foundation

        Fundraising for

        is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s.

        read more

        Activity Tracker

        Recent Supporters

        AUD $1,761 of AUD$10,000 target

        0 people in days