Weʼre raising £8,000 to help fund better, brighter and more welcoming Stroke Units at Salford Royal Hospital
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Ilse's Tandem Skydive
as a member of the Multidisciplinary stroke team at Salford Royal Hospital and the Manchester Centre for Clinical Neurosciences (MCCN), I would like to start a fundraising campaign to help fund changes to the environment on our stroke Units at Salford Royal Hospital. We aim as a team to provide the best medical care we can, however at present the inpatient environments are not contributing to help the patients recovery after such an event.
We don't have Day/Family/carer rooms that are either existing or an environment that is welcoming and stimulating to help bridge the time to the next therapy sessions.
therefore I would like to encourage you to " go viral" and help fundraise for this cause and improve the experience our patients, families and carers have during their time with us at the MCCN.
I am booked to do the tandem skydive on Saturday the 29th of September 2018 over the Salisbury plains in Wiltshire.
the page will be open from now for 360 days, I will of course update the page with photos from the day and may be a video, so if you want to see me falling out of a plane.....Please donate😀
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- 6 months ago
Ilse Burger6 months ago
Hi everyone, I am still buzzing from the event. You heard my favourite word amazing....... so all updated now with video and photos . thank you all so much for your very generous donations. Ilse
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Linda and Flavio
Jan 17, 2019
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Oct 11, 2018
Wow your braver than me Ilse . Very well done and such a great cause
Oct 8, 2018
Oct 5, 2018
Just brilliant xx
Oct 5, 2018
Oct 4, 2018
Excellent, Well done!!!
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