People can't really forget the brave fight that was on by the brave seven-years-old cancer victim Ms. Olivia Louise Downie.
Olivia died on Friday after fighting for three-years against her childhood cancer neuroblastoma. She was in Scotland since some days because she returned to her home city after the last-ditch treatment that was running in Mexico.
Her parents Mrs. Lauren and Mr. Steven are in big shock to lose their loving daughter. The couple has requested mourners at the Old Parish Church in Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, to wear purple to the service.
This supports the cancer campaigner's color theme to symbolize that the family has lost their child fighting for the disease.
In an effort to raise some funds to help a Scots Charity named Logan's Fund after late toddler Logan Main, who died of neuroblastoma, at the service of their daughter Olivia's death, the family has requested for donations than flowers. Olivia will be buried at Kirkton cemetery in her home town Fraserburgh tomorrow.
Olivia's family said: "We are so thankful that, thanks to the generosity of so many people, we have been able to take her home to Scotland so she could have her family by her side".
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