The Foundation was launched by the parents of Eva Grace Williams, who lost her life to DIPG (Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Giloma), a brain tumour that affects 100 and 300 children, typically between two and 12-years-old, every year.
The prognosis for children diagnosed with DIPG is very poor, with the average survival time post-diagnosis being less than 11 months. Of all children who are diagnosed, less than 10% survive for two years, and less than 2% survive five years. There is sadly no cure.
We are proud to support the Unbeatable Eva Foundation’s gift box programme. The Foundation sends gift boxes to children diagnosed with DIPG to let these brave children know they are special and loved.