More than £60,000 has been raised to try and save a little boy who is fighting cancer for a second time.
He took a dangerous turn on Thursday and doctors cannot say for sure if he has days or weeks to live. Three months ago, they predicted he would only survive a few weeks.
On Thursday, the family had £8,000 in donations. but that has now grown to more than £60,000 this week.
More than 1,000 people have added to the total. Among them was West Ham co-chairman David Sullivan, who pledged £5,000 and the club itself contributed another £5,000.
Bluebird Care, which is based in north west Kent has also pledged £1,500.
A spokesman said: “Jack’s family are probably one of the most decent and kind famiies you could ever wish to know and his parents Nick and Zoe and his brother Callum and sister
Lucy have gone through a lifetime’s worth of pain and heartache already. Our company have pledged £1,500 for him but there is still a long way to go.
“This could be his last chance as doctors only gave him a few weeks to live about three months ago.”
To donate to Jack visit his fundraising page here.
A fundraiser is also being held on Friday. Members of the PTA at Our Lady of Hartley Primary School where he was a pupil have organised the evening at Longfield Valley Community Hall in Fawkham Road.
The disco night, from 7 - 11pm is for all the family with a family ticket costing £25.
There will be a number of prizes which have been donated by people and businesses.
They include a box at Charlton Athletic Football Club for 10 people including hospitality all day, a family ticket to The Sound of Music at The Orchard Theatre and 100 clays including guns and breakfast at Dartford Clay Shooting.
There are also Millwall FC and Buckmore Park tickets, a catered dinner party, signed football, a photography shoot, pamper sessions, dinner vouchers, wrinkle treatment, teeth whitening, gym memberships and a caravan holiday among other things.
You can bid by text if you can’t make it on the night, call 07752 729690.
People are invited to bring along their own food and drink on the night and there will be a raffle.
To keep up to date visit the Facebook event: Charity Family Disco – raising funds for Jack Howard.