Just Helping – James Hilbert

Update posted by Raymond & Cassie Flowers On Jun 12, 2014

We’d like to give our treasured friend,

Our love and support without end;

He’s in our thoughts during these tough times,

Let’s send him prayers, good vibes and dimes!

He’s tough, he’s spirited and he’s a fighter,

But let’s do something to make his load lighter.  


James underwent brain surgery in May 2014 and is currently dealing with some overwhelming medical decisions and expenses. Being self-employed and unable to work is putting further unnecessary stress on a guy who needs to channel all his energy on kicking The Big C’s butt!

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The Ops floor at Citi have again donated their dress down funds to you for December. There is also a donation from myself. Happy New Year to you and I hope 2015 is kinder than 2014 has been to you.

Jason & Citi

Backed On Jan 08, 2015 Amount Hidden


Hi James.... Merry Christmas. The Citi Ops team donated their December dress down day funds to you. There is also a little bit from myself to help you along.

Jason and Citi

Backed On Dec 17, 2014 Amount Hidden


James, The Operations Control business in London heard your story and donated the money they raised from a dress down Friday. Jason Smith

Citi Operations Control

Backed with $250.00 On Nov 13, 2014



Backed On Oct 20, 2014 Amount Hidden


Hey matey, good luck with the treatment - hope it all goes well! I've got my fingers crossed for you!!

Euan Finlayson

Backed with $200.00 On Sep 27, 2014


Our thoughts and prayers are with you, keep on fighting xxx ( from Jason Smith's sister)

Sam Armstrong

Backed with $40.00 On Sep 26, 2014


Howsit bru!


Backed with $407.00 On Sep 26, 2014



Backed On Sep 26, 2014 Amount Hidden


Love you dude. Don't spend this all on beer.

Flip & Lisa

Backed On Sep 26, 2014 Amount Hidden


Never give up!

Vivian McClew

Backed On Sep 25, 2014 Amount Hidden

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