We are kindly asking you to donate whatever you can, whether that be £1 or £100 to make a huge difference to Oldham neonatal intensive care unit.
Thanks to the staff and equipment at Oldham we have our miracle Jamie, who was born weighing just 1lb 7oz arriving 13 weeks prematurely.
During our stay there were times the unit was struggling for lifesaving equipment to care for sick and premature babies that needed specialist care most hospitals aren't capable of delivering.
Add on top of the turmoil of being in a NICU ward some parents have to travel miles to spend time with their baby and units like the one in Oldham need funding to provide facilities for these families as these costs are beyond the NHS to provide.
We are kindly asking you to donate whatever you can afford in memory of all the baby angels flying with their wings and to provide equipment to give others their little miracles.
Simply put, without the equipment and staff at Oldham NICU our little man wouldn't be here and we want to help other have access to the same life changing medical care our little boy had.
Thanks for your support
Shereen Rutledge3 months ago
All the thoughts and prayers we have received is incredible, I would like to ask for one more bit of support from everybody, this isn't just to help Jamie it's to help other sick and poorly babies have the chance that Jamie has. If everybody could please donate what they can even if it's a £1 we will soon get there. Thank you so much. Xxx
- Mick Roberts
- Lisa Rutledge
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Nov 9, 2016
Those guys truely deserve awards. X
Nov 3, 2016
This is a small thank you fNICU Unit, my nephew Oliver, who needed Nicu's help! Weighing 3lb at birth. x
Oct 31, 2016
We're all so lucky to have such a beautiful little miracle.
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