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Closed 12/10/2020

25%
£3,755
raised of £15,000 target by 75 supporters

    Weʼve raised £3,755 to Kerry Needs Sewing Up ! This beautiful lady has a hole in heart & needs our help to get it mended.

    Funded on Monday, 12th October 2020

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    Story

    12 weeks ago my dear friend at the age of 33 was at work as normal when she lost the feeling & use of her left leg, she then attended A&E thinking it was a trapped nerve, after being admitted they ran some tests & gave her a MRI to then be told she had had a small stroke!!! Over the next 12 weeks she has been prodded & pocked & had to wait for the results. It was a long few weeks & Kerry never expected what happened next. The reason for Kerry’s stroke was down to the fact they had found a hole in her heart. Kerry needs an operation to sew up her hole but the Great NHS have decided not to fund theses operations any more . There is a waiting list to be referred & this can take up to 2 yrs & then she may not even be given the money. Kerry takes regular medication & does as shes told to prevent it happening again but she lives in constant fear of it happening again & the next time she may not be so lucky. Kerry needs our help we have lots of fund raising events coming up & we will keep you posted. Please dig deep help us het Kerry sewn up!. Kerry has a 9yrold son Cameron & he needs his mummy to last forever. Thank you all for taking time to read Kerrys story , let the antics begin we have some serious dosh to raise. Xxx

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    • Lucy Schollick3 years ago
      Lucy Schollick

      Lucy Schollick

      3 years ago

      Afternoon, thank you so much for donating we’re 2% there with only 98% to go !! The Fund raising events are about to start. We’re kicking off with “Kerry’s Kar Wash “ next Saturday 4th August, in the main CoOp car park Newent. 10.30am-2pm longer if we’re busy. Only £5.00 a car !! Please come along , bring your car & support Kerry.

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    3 years ago

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    Supporters

    75

    • Newent running club

      Newent running club

      Jul 29, 2019

      Money donated from Newent running club

      £872.60

    • Richard and Lyn Martin

      Richard and Lyn Martin

      Nov 17, 2018

      Hi LucyWe have been friends of Simon and Debbie for many years. Since Kerri was three! The support she is getting from the community is a testament to the love for her and the family.

      £50.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Nov 14, 2018

      Good Luck, I hope you raise the funds very soon

    • alex phillips

      alex phillips

      Nov 12, 2018

      A massive thank you to everyone who supported Kerri at the quiz night . A total of £713.50 was raised which includes the £25 already donated by Steve Gooch. Kevin Fishpool you make us proud!

      £688.50

    • The crew from Newent Fire Station

      The crew from Newent Fire Station

      Nov 5, 2018

      All the best Kerri , from the crew at Newent Fire Station

      £348.20

    • alex phillips

      alex phillips

      Nov 2, 2018

      Capita where Kerri used to work played bingo and the proceeds were a fab £85.00 :)

      £85.00

    • Steve Gooch Estate Agents

      Steve Gooch Estate Agents

      Oct 29, 2018

      £25.00

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