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£735
raised of £500 target by 29 supporters

    Weʼve raised £735 to To help raise money for Singleton Hospital NICU in Swansea

    Singleton hospital Swansea
    Funded on Sunday, 30th July 2017

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    On the 1st of March 2017 our little miracle Welsh girl Ayah decided to make a appearance at only 23weeks+1 days gestation weighing a tiny 1lbs1.

    The most terrifying,scariest time of our life! & one hell of a rollercoaster something no parent should ever have to go through watching your child fight for his /her life .

    After the devastation of our stillborn daughter in 2013 , This little 🌈 rainbow baby was much wanted and much loved already before entering the world.

    With the help and support from the nurses ,consultants, doctors and all the staff at Singleton NICU no amount of thank you's would ever be enough.

    So on behalf of Ayah and all the premature and sick babies at Singleton we would appreciate any donation however little its all going to a great cause , to help fund the NICU .Because if it wasn't for them all working together as a team our babies wouldn't be here today.

    The funds will help go towards staff training, hospital equipment, family accommodations for parents to be near their child at a very difficult time.

    Ayah (meaning miracle) is 6weeks old and doing extremely well a feisty little character and such a strong little girl.
    So in advance a big great THANK YOU for those who donate from AYAH :)

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    • Christie Malik4 years ago
      Christie Malik

      Christie Malik

      4 years ago
      Update from the Page owner

      Thank you to everyone that's kindly donated. Its all going to a great cause every penny will go a long way . Thank you 😊

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    Supporters

    29

    • Farhat Naeem

      Farhat Naeem

      Jun 11, 2017

      May Allah (swt) grant baby Ayah a speedy and comprehensive recovery, InshAllah, Ameen. Hope to see you very soon princess! Love, grandad Farakh, grandma Parvin, Salman, Fizz, Fari and Ihsan xxxxxx

      £120.00

    • Christie Malik

      Christie Malik

      May 19, 2017

      A MASSIVE THANK YOU TO GRAIGWEN STORES for kindly helping support this great cause, The donation value made by the locals totalled to £55..74Thank you very much to those who donated.

      £55.74

    • Damék  Francis

      Damék Francis

      Apr 30, 2017

      Hope she gets well soon 🙏🙏

      £15.00

    • Donna Jones

      Donna Jones

      Apr 29, 2017

      As you already know our Brooko also is here today because of the amazing care they give to all these beautiful babies there little fighters so happy she's doing well x

      £5.00

    • Lizzie Price

      Lizzie Price

      Apr 19, 2017

      💕

      £10.00

    • Lloyd Rose

      Lloyd Rose

      Apr 19, 2017

      £20.00

    • Susan Williams

      Susan Williams

      Apr 14, 2017

      £10.00

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    Christie Malik

    Christie Malik

    Singleton hospital Swansea

    At 23 weeks gestation a pregnancy is not considered viable up until 24weeks, and could legally still be aborted . These babies all deserve a chance! they are human too not a mass of cells , they mabe tiny but they are perfect, help give these babies a fighting chance

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