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Weʼre raising £5,000 to Alfies Helping Hands. To help purchase specialist equipment to provide Alfie with a better quality of life and help him be more independent.

Northampton, UK
20 days to go

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Alfie was born premature at 28 weeks weighing 2lb 4oz. Due to complications, Alfie at the age of 8yrs, now has a diagnosis of cerebral palsy and global delay. As a result Alfie has been left non mobile and relies on the day-to-day support of others to carry out basic tasks. He needs specialist therapies and equipment to maintain a good quality of life and to enable him to access the world around him. Sadly this all comes at a cost and as his parents we want to do everything possible to enable him to achieve his goals. To help Alfie we want to purchase an electric wheelchair that will enable him to become more independent at school and amongst his peers. A suitable chair will cost in the region of £9,000 plus annual fees of maintenance. Alfie has a Zest for life and is an inspiration to anybody who is lucky enough to meet him and we ask you to support us to help raise the funds to make his life that little bit more easier for him and to support him on his journey through life.

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  • candice rayment14 days ago
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    candice rayment

    14 days ago

    A big thankyou again for all the support to help get Alfie a powered chair. As the cost is so high we are trying to get some funding through wheelchair services. As you can imagine it is a long process and Alfie has to fit certain criteria. Alfie has another asessment with them today so fingers crossed and please keep sharing x

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  • candice rayment3 months ago
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    candice rayment

    3 months ago

    A huge thankyou to everyone who has helped towards Alfie receiving a powered chair more of a reality. As the cost of the chair is so high, we are waiting to see if Wheel Chair services can offer any financial support towards the chair but it means we have to go through a referral process with them again, which could take some time. Will keep you updated but thanks again for the shares and support.

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  • candice rayment5 months ago
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    5 months ago
    Update from the Page owner

    A huge thankyou. Please keep sharing

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5 months ago

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Page last updated on: 11/28/2018 8:25 PM

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41

  • Sarah Smyth

    Sarah Smyth

    Nov 28, 2018

    Hope you get a chair for Alfie real soon xxx

    £10.00

  • LUCY BURDOCK

    LUCY BURDOCK

    Nov 27, 2018

    Best of luck!

    £10.00

  • Nicola Jenkins

    Nicola Jenkins

    Nov 13, 2018

    £10.00

  • Gillian Gibson Gifford

    Gillian Gibson Gifford

    Sep 12, 2018

    Hope you reach your target. Love Grant Gibson's daughter and family xx

    £50.00

  • Jane Horne

    Jane Horne

    Jul 28, 2018

    I hope you raise all the money you need. Alfie certainly is a special little man.

    £20.00

  • Carey

    Carey

    Jul 27, 2018

    £20.00

  • N Trower

    N Trower

    Jul 19, 2018

    Hey hun , hope you reach your target to get Alfie his chair & hope your all well Takecare, would be lovely To catch up sometime Nicole Xx

    £50.00

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candice rayment

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Northampton, UK

I am the proud mum of our little soldier, Alfie. His journey so far has had many ups and downs. He has undergone constructive hip surgery, yearly botox injections, has specialist footwear and clothing and has physio daily but he continues to smile through it all. He is a warrior

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