FAMILY and friends of a young mum who died of a brain tumour are inviting people to a fundraising ball in her honour.
Caroline Foster died last year only weeks after being diagnosed with the aggressive tumour.
The 38-year-old left behind her husband Andy and their two-year-old daughter Erin.
Now family and friends are holding a fundraising event to keep her memory alive for little Erin and raise money for Brain Tumour Research.
The fundraising target is £2,740 – the cost of a day’s research into brain tumours.
The event takes place tomorrow at the Thorngate Halls ballroom in Bury Road, Gosport.
Caroline’s sister-in-law Karen Adams, of Testcombe Road in Gosport, is helping to organise the event.
Karen, 48, said: ‘It’s all about keeping Caroline’s memory alive and positive for Erin.
‘And we want to raise as much money as possible for the Brain Tumour Research charity because it’s such a worthy cause.
‘I’m looking forward to the event although I’m a bit nervous. I hope it will go really well.
‘At the University of Portsmouth where they do testing into this sort of thing they have a wall of hope.
‘We’re also hoping to get something put on there for Caroline.’
The fundraising event starts at 7.30pm and tickets cost £2.50.
Children under the age of 16 can get in for free.
Organisers have arranged a huge raffle with dozens of prizes including a digital camera and a family pass to Beaulieu.
For more information and a full list of prizes visit erinsangel.co.uk.
If you would like to donate to the fund, visit justgiving.com/erinsangel.