Fundraising was paused, and the holiday build was put on hold, during the pandemic.
But it is back in full swing and Gemma said the build was ‘coming along nicely’.
She added: “Every donation no matter how big or small means everything to us.”
Bradley touched the hearts of people all over the world. In 2017, he won a Child of Courage trophy at the Best of Wearside Awards.
Bradley lost his fight to neuroblastoma, a rare and aggressive form of childhood cancer, in July of 2017.
Gemma founded the Bradley Lowery Foundation and started the charity which became a beacon of hope.
Since it was founded, it has raised more than £3million for dozens of poorly children.
It has also established a dedicated support line for the families of children with cancer, donated huge sums of money to researching childhood cancers and campaigned for new drugs to be introduced in the UK.
Gemma said: “Fundraising is hard for all charities at the moment. We appreciate every penny that is donated, especially because we still have £200,000 to finish the holiday home we are building in Scarborough.”
To found out more about the Foundation, visit https://bradleyloweryfoundation.com