Weʼre raising £1,000 to help Wishaw General Hospital's Neonatal Unit
- Motherwell, United Kingdom
- In memory
- Time left
- 18 days to go
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Some of you will know that ten years ago, our precious first born daughter arrived on this earth. Some of you will also know that she lived for 11 precious days before leaving here for a better place.
On her 10th birthday, we'd like to do something special, bring some good from something so painful.
Today we began our Random Acts of Kindess in memory of Emily and we'd love you to join us. We are committing to doing 10 acts of random kindness over the next 10 months (October 2016 - May 2017).
Would you do the same? We'd also like to raise £1000 for the neonatal unit who cared wonderfully for Emily during her short life.
So our ask is this:
- Will you commit to doing 10 acts of random kindness?
- Will you donate £1 for each act you do?
We would love to do this in memory of Emily so please join us, share this page, recruit your friends and family - let's bring some sunshine to some people and raise some money while we're at it.
Thank you from Colin & Liann
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Liann Weir3 months ago
Can't believe we're at over £100 already! Absolutely thrilled and hope we can reach our target for the ward. Thanks yo everyone for their support. Really looking forward to hearing about your acts of kindness 💖💖💖💖💖💖
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Dec 29, 2016
Sorry for not giving anything before. Such a wonderful idea to celebrate how special Emily is.
Dec 4, 2016
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