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    Weʼve raised £0 to to help buying a light frame wheelchair

    London, UK
    Closed on Monday, 15th October 2018

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    Im raising money for my daughter sandie who is about to turn 16 . She suffers from a condition called osteogenisis imperfector also known as brittle bones disease she has type 2 . She has had many many fractures to her body over 300 to her femurs and curently is in a wheelchair the nhs are limited to what she can have they are heavy and she finds it difficult at times to push herself , shes due to start sixth form and hopefuly raising enough money we can get her a light frame wheelchair which will give her much more inderpendence and will help her so much , she also wants to do wheelchair basket ball and with a new ligher chair it would make it posdible for her to do that

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        Laura Scott-finlayson

        Laura Scott-finlayson

        London, UK

        My daughter sandie was born with brittle bones disease and has spent a long time in hospital im raising money to buy her a new wheelchair as she's due to start sixth form and it will give her more independence getting around

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