Weʼve raised £285 to donate to several causes who helped Dylan Crossey during his final hours following his accident.
- Chorley, United Kingdom
- In memory
- Time left
- Funded on Monday, 9th January 2017
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Dylan sustained critical head injuries after a hit and run accident on Friday 7th October and sadly passed away at Manchester Children's hospital on Saturday the 8th October.
So many staff and services were involved to in trying to save my son's life, in appreciation for all their support we are raising funds for several causes.
We have been overwhelmed with all the kind words and messages about Dylan and hope you can support his legacy to help others.
Also Dylan had a great passion for football, so some of the funds raised will be donated to Penwortham St Teresa's in memory of Dylan.
Thank you for all your support and kind words, he will be sadly missed by all his family and friends.
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Tracey Crossey started crowdfunding
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Oct 24, 2016
A beautiful Angel safe in the arms of Jesus. RIP Dylan
Sally and Tony
Oct 23, 2016
RIP Dylan x
Oct 19, 2016
Rip Dylan all the love to your family and friends and our ace pne family too xx sleep tight.
Oct 18, 2016
Oct 17, 2016
Oct 15, 2016
From the parents of 2 PST footballers. Thoughts with the family
Oct 15, 2016
Our prayers are with you
About the fundraiser
Chorley, United Kingdom
We have set up this fundraising page in memory of Dylan Crossey age 15 years, who tragically lost his life on Saturday 8th October.
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