THEY are on track.
Parents of 19-month-old Dalton toddler Oliver Field have been busy fundraising.
Having established the Oliver Field Appeal only three months ago, Paul and Laura Field have already raised nearly £14,000.
Their son Oliver is one of 100 children to be diagnosed annually with Neuroblastoma a tumour which begins in the adrenal gland and runs through to the abdomen, chest and the skull following the line of the spinal cord.
Despite having a very high relapse rate, the UK does not offer further curative treatment should a child relapse.
The appeal has a £500k target.
Over the past few months, the toddler has been in and out of hospital.
He spends two weeks at home, one week at Leeds General Infirmary and one week as a day patient at the same hospital.
Laura said: Oliver is good at the moment hes being very cheeky and enjoying copying everything his big brother Sam does.
Sam is very excited to have him home for a while.
He is currently undergoing antibody treatment, which is set to finish in mid-July.
We will get scans after weve finished his treatment in August and then we will be able to see if it has been successful.
We will still have to wait five years to get the all clear and this is the most dangerous time for relapse.
The money we are raising will sit in a pot should Oliver require further treatment in Germany or America.
Fundraisers, who mainly consist of family and friends, have been running a range of charity events and can be seen around town sporting Oliver Field Appeal T-shirts.
They have been busy bag-packing, playing in five-a-side football tournaments, baking cakes, hosting pamper parties, coffee mornings, bring and buy sales, taking part in sponsored swims and much more.
A large group of those who took part in the Examiner Charity Challenge did it in aid of the Oliver Field Appeal.
Four-year-old brother Sam took on the one-mile walk through Beaumont Park accompanied by six of his friends.
Laura continued: Everyone has been so supportive and we are really grateful to everyone who has got involved.
We still have a way to go and if anyone wants to get involved they can look at our website or Facebook page.
The Dalton family is delighted that bikers taking part in a mass ride across the Humber Bridge known as Hog on the Humber will be doing so in aid of the appeal.