Since her diagnosis in January 2016 Fi Munro has strived to raise as much money as she can for a wide range of cancer charities.
To date she has raised, and inspired others to raise, £10000s.
She has also made it her mission to raise awareness for Ovarian Cancer, declaring that even if just one women receives an early (curable) diagnosis because of her endeavours then her diagnosis has been worth it.
Fi also takes time to work with fellow cancer warriors in her local area when requested by her medical team.This has involved, for instance, helping people to come to terms with their stoma; giving advice on remaining positive even with a late stage diagnosis and helping people to feel more confident about themselves and their prognosis.
She also helps thousands of people around the world through her blog.
Most recently she has written a book so that she can inspire more people to see the lessons and gifts that cancer can bring.
As a result of her continued support, even during her treatment, Fi has been recognised for a number of prestigious awards:
Awarded Sir Hugh Dundas Award by Macmillan.
Nominated for Justgiving Award 2017
Nominated for the prestigious Vicky Clement-Jones Award for volunteers who have or had cancer themselves, and who give their time to make a major difference to the lives of other people with cancer. Winner announced later this year!
Nominated for Justgiving Award 2016
Winston Churchill Fellowship 2010