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£2,665raised of £5,000 target by 77 supporters

    Weʼve raised £2,665 to Make Daisy's dream come true, and help us build her an Art Studio

    Basildon, United Kingdom
    Funded on Thursday, 4th January 2018

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    Daisy suffers from many complex illnesses and medical problems that limit the things in life that she is able to enjoy, largely due to the constant pain she is in. More details can be found on her website Daisy Palmer Trust or on social media. However, she absolutely loves to paint....

    We know how much everyone loves Daisy's artistic creations, and she loves to read all your lovely comments when we post pictures of them on social media. (see pics attached) Painting takes her off into her own little world where she can just be free from all her endless daily struggles. Recently Daisy has spoken of her dream of having her own little art studio where she can have all her equipment in one place and immerse herself comfortably into her creations.

    We would really love to make this dream come true for her by building her this studio in our back garden. So if we set up a special 'Help build Daisy her own Art Studio' fundraising page, we wondered if all the kind people that follow her on various social media would be extra kind enough to donate to this project?

    We envisage costs to be about £5,000. We have about 2000 followers across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, so if everyone just gave as little as £2 we would be almost there!!! Her annual Christmas Card sales will hopefully help with the rest.

    We appreciate many of you are always generous already, and the usual fundraising we do simply just goes towards keeping Daisy medically well and comfortable in her own home. But this is something different that will bring her so much joy and happiness, and you will all get to see even more of her wonderful paintings 🙂

    If anyone has any advice, suggestions etc that they would like to chip in with this project, we would also love to hear from you. Be it fundraising suggestions, or just general advice. We will take on board any help that is made available!

    Love to all



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      • Jean Foster

        Jean Foster

        Jan 4, 2018

        I first heard of Daisy whilst working at Sanofi in Dagenham where I assisted in running the Sick Children’s Fund. I’ve never forgotten Daisy and how brave she is. I hope you achieve your dream xx


      • Amanda Edgcumbe

        Amanda Edgcumbe

        Jan 4, 2018

        Good luck with your studio Daisy. Salcombe so lovely tonight! Xx


      • Stewart Robertson

        Stewart Robertson

        Jan 4, 2018

        The very best of luck with everything.


      • Kelly Gemmell

        Kelly Gemmell

        Jan 4, 2018

        Daisy your art work brightens my day!


      • Lesley Kelly

        Lesley Kelly

        Jan 4, 2018


      • Helen Watts

        Helen Watts

        Jan 4, 2018

        Hope you get your studio Daisy so you can create more beautiful artworks. I look forward to the day when we see a whole exhibition of works by Daisy xx


      • Sian Gillies

        Sian Gillies

        Jan 4, 2018


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