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£540raised of £2,000 target by 38 supporters

    Weʼve raised £540 to Help Faiths family support her journey with a rare liver disease, billiary atresia.

    Kirkcaldy, Fife, United Kingdom
    Funded on Friday, 10th March 2017

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    PLEASE HELP US RAISE ENOUGH TO HELP FAITHS FAMILY FOR..
    when she goes for her transplant for Accommodation, Transport, Living expenses, keep the housing running, childcare for there other kids and basically move to birmingham for 4-6weeks xx

    HERES FAITHS STORY..

    Faith was born on the 4th of may 2016.
    2 weeks and 3 days early.
    On day 5 faith was admitted to Victoria hospital special care baby unit for phototherapy for jaundice.
    On day 13 there baby girl was rushed to Edinburgh sick kids who then transferred them to birmingham childrens hospital.
    She had prolonged jaundice.
    She had blood tests done which revealed faith had a rare liver disease called billiary atresia something we had never heard of before.
    On the 4th of June 2016 faith had a 6 hour operation called a kasai procedure which they removed her galbladder and created a direct passage from her liver to her bowels to allow the bile build up to clear.
    Faith was put on 6 different medicines.
    Faith has been in hospital every second week since for 5 to 10 days. This week we have found out faiths operation has been unsuccessful and she now requires a liver transplant.
    Faith will go live on the transplant list at the start of February.
    We have no time scale as to when she will receive this or as to how sick she will become whilst waiting.
    Faith is 24hours ng tube fed. She needs 24hours care. We have to travel to birmingham for clinic appointments, transplant assessment and operations.
    Faiths dad has to time off his work could be days or weeks which are most of the time unpaid due to having to go urgently. I cannot return to work due to faiths condition.
    there is no timescale to how long her new liver will last, she may also need transplants in the future this disease is never cured.
    PLEASE HELP.
    THANK YOU SO MUCH XX

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    • Michelle Walker2 years ago
      Michelle Walker

      Michelle Walker

      2 years ago

      Thank you so much to everyone who's donated so far xx

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    Supporters

    38

    • Danielle  Walton

      Danielle Walton

      Mar 4, 2017

      💜

      £10.00

    • Kathleen Bisset

      Kathleen Bisset

      Mar 3, 2017

      Thinking of my lovely niece and hope you make your target xxx

      £10.00

    • Justine Heaney

      Justine Heaney

      Feb 27, 2017

      Thinking about you all especially Little Faith x

      £20.00

    • Liza McCabe

      Liza McCabe

      Feb 25, 2017

      Thinking of you Kaylin. Lots of love to you, Faith, Owen & all the family. Huge hugs xxx Liza

      £20.00

    • Jade Latto

      Jade Latto

      Feb 22, 2017

      ❤️❤️

      £10.00

    • Debbie Forbes

      Debbie Forbes

      Feb 3, 2017

      £10.00

    • Marie Collins

      Marie Collins

      Jan 31, 2017

      £20.00

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    Michelle Walker

    Michelle Walker

    Kirkcaldy, Fife, United Kingdom

    There are alot of complications with a liver transplant, and there's no guarantee of how long her new liver will last, faith will have a lifetime of medication. She may also need transplants in the future as this disease is never cured. thank you all for your support xx

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