Weʼve raised £2,427 to fund support for bereaved families and siblings
- Hamilton, Scotland, United Kingdom
- Funded on Tuesday, 31st October 2017
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Baby Jaimie passed away peacefully on 3/9/17.
Jaimie's mum and dad would like to raise money for a charity who supports bereaved families called Brightest Star.
Jaimie was the smiliest baby who brought nothing but joy and love to his mum and dad and brothers Josh and Jack as well as all his family. Everyone who met Jaimie fell in love with his big smile and loving personality, he had the ability to fill a room with love and happiness.
Baby Jaimie's star will be shining bright.
Help by making a small donation in his memory.
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CAROLANN GUTHRIE started crowdfunding
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Oct 27, 2017
Donated from out of hours mental health team. Thank you.
Ann Marie Donnelly
Oct 24, 2017
I this is a fantastic thing your doing xx
Oct 12, 2017
Oct 11, 2017
In my heart ,everybody who is going through this horrible time. Xx
Oct 11, 2017
Thinking of you and your beautiful baby boy Hez. Can't imagine what it's like. My heart goes out to you and I admire you for all that you're doing to help other families, God bless xxxx
Sep 30, 2017
Sorry Heather, had been away on holiday when you made this.Can't even imagine how you feel. Keep strong! Xx ❤️❤️
Sep 21, 2017
Your wee ⭐️ will always be shinning down on you Heather x
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Hamilton, Scotland, United Kingdom
Baby Jaimie was born.on 19/3/2017 and his family were blessed to have him for 25 weeks until he died suddenly on the 3/9/17 due to congenital heart defect the family would have never have known about and nothing could have been done to save him