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Closed 08/04/2017

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£965
raised of £2,000 target by 33 supporters

    Weʼve raised £965 to raise money for a new sensory room in the Children's Ward of Daisy Hill Hospital, Newry.

    Funded on Saturday, 8th April 2017

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    Story

    My name is Clare McCabe and I am so happy to be the mother of a very special boy called Harvey who unfortunately passed away on 16/01/2014.

    Harvey was born a healthy baby however at the age of 2, I noticed a few things had changed with Harvey so I took him to the doctor and after many blood tests, appointments and admissions to the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast and Daisy Hill Hospital in Newry, I received the devastating news during the month of September that my beautiful baby boy had a life limiting condition called MLD.

    MLD is a condition that involves muscle wasting and weakness, developmental delays, progressive loss of vision leading to blindness, impaired swallowing and dementia. Most children diagnosed with this condition have a life expectancy of up to 5 years old however Harvey sadly died 4 months after I received the devastating news. My life has been completely changed and through the love and support of my family and the local community, I am determined to keep Harvey's memory alive. As a way of remembering Harvey and to help children who require a specialised environment to experience a sense of happiness and enjoyment whilst in hospital , our campaign called ThumbsUpForHarvey is actively fundraising to build a new sensory room in Daisy Hill Hospital in Newry. Presently, we are half way to our target through the support and generousity of the local community, however in order to reach our initial goal, we require your help.

    The sensory room will be an allocated room in Daisy Hill for children and their families to use as a means of time out and making the most of time in hospital. The room will be uniquely designed to suit children of all abilities and specialised equipment will be provided. In order to make this sensory room as useful and helpful as possible, funding is required to buy the best possible equipment. Through giving children a sense of joy and happiness during their time in hospital, Harvey's memory will be alive.

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      4 years ago

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    Supporters

    33

    • Paige Brady

      Paige Brady

      Feb 21, 2017

      ❤️

      £10.00

    • Sarah M

      Sarah M

      Feb 20, 2017

      Great cause 💙 Wishing you's luck on reaching your target

      £15.00

    • Conor & Jen

      Conor & Jen

      Jan 31, 2017

      From Perth to the McCabes

      £100.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jan 25, 2017

      love Eugina and Family

      £50.00

    • Michelle Simonds-Gooding

      Michelle Simonds-Gooding

      Jan 25, 2017

      Well done Clare and everyone else involved. So many families will benefit from this..... thumbs up for Harvey 👍❤

      £20.00

    • Helen McCaul

      Helen McCaul

      Jan 24, 2017

      £20.00

    • Cólette Nic An TSaoir

      Cólette Nic An TSaoir

      Jan 24, 2017

      Great cause, helping other sick children, in wee Harvey's name. xxx

      £50.00

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