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Carol Doyle raised £9,160.2 from 354 supporters


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Closed 29/07/2018

raised of £19,000 target by 354 supporters

    Weʼve raised £9,160 to help get Jay home

    Funded on Sunday, 29th July 2018

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    Our close friends Elaine and Glenn have been in a heart wrenching situation while on holiday as their son Jay was run over by a car and has been in intensive care with severe injuries. They will be there for another few weeks but Jay will need to be air lifted home and we are trying to raise the money to help get him home sooner. Please donate as every little will help get him home



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      Page last updated on: 7/8/2018 17.49



      • orla


        Jul 8, 2018

      • Mark  Graham

        Mark Graham

        Jul 6, 2018

        Get well soon.


      • Paua Dyer

        Paua Dyer

        Jul 5, 2018

        Every penny helps and I just want to see this family home. They have been through enough trauma. I hope jay gets the proper treatment he need back home..xx


      • Anonymous


        Jul 5, 2018

      • Paula Holland

        Paula Holland

        Jul 4, 2018


      • Betty Lundy

        Betty Lundy

        Jul 3, 2018


      • George Glenholmes

        George Glenholmes

        Jul 3, 2018

        Good luck hope you will soon get Jay home


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