100s of Police Officers from across 30 forces have joined together to film a music video at Warwickshire Police Headquarters in Leek Wootton, near Warwick, All in aid of Alexander Journey in hope they’ll make Christmas no.1
Horizon on my mind, which has been released on iTunes & Amazon is hoped will help fund vital treatment to which hoped will increase Alexanders chances of survival.
Alex Goodwin was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma, a bone cancer which fewer than 30 children in the UK develop each year, in his right thigh.
— Police Hour (@PoliceHour) 5 December 2016
The nine-year-old’s family has launched a bid to crowdfund more than £120,000 for treatment, including proton beam therapy outside the UK.
Alex’s father, PC Jeff Goodwin, and other Warwickshire police officers will appear in a music video for a charity song that is to be released in aid of the campaign.
Police Hour has been a long-term public supporter of Alexander Journey we recently supported Finn’s Law to raise vital funds for Alexanders Journey.
But now it’s your turn to Help Alex and raise some vital funds, Lets make this virial and beat the X-Factor to Christmas No.1.
Alexander is Brave boy winning the fight against bone cancer with the help, love and support of Family, Friends, Police & 999 family and Aikido family.
— MixAsylum (@MixAsylum) December 4, 2016
“Weʼre raising £120,000 to maximise Alexanders chances of survival against this awful disease and give him the best possible treatment.
“We are desperately seeking to obtain the support, knowledge and expertise of the leading medical professionals and treatments in this field here in the U.K and abroad.”
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