Weʼve raised £1,420 to go towards specialised equipment for Oliver Price, toddler amputee
- Winsford, United Kingdom
- Disability support
- Time left
- Funded on Saturday, 21st October 2017
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The team so far is: Liam Banks, Joe Price, Jack Senior, Annabel Holland, Vicki Yates, Emma Mirams, Jamie Mirams, Russell Miles, Lea-j Welsby, Max Whitehurst, Jamie Miles, Liam O'Connor, Paul Wilson, Christine Slater, Angela Allan, Edward Evans, Clare Evans, Rosario Gullick,
We have been overwhelmed with the generosity received and have reached our original target of £500 many thanks to all who have donated. We have now upped this target to £1000 to try and raise as much as we can for Oliver.
On 7th October 2017, a group of friends and family of Oliver Price will summit Mount Snowdon and will be raising funds to go towards specialised equipment for him, who at 14 months, had his left leg amputated due to aggressive nerve tumours.
At birth, not known to his parents other than a small red patch, Oliver had what is known as plexiform schwannoma’s (nerve sheath tumours) rapidly growing at the bottom of his left leg and behind his left knee. The tumour behind his knee was removed in January 2017 but unfortunately a later MRI scan showed that it had grown back. The lesion on his lower leg consisted of a mass of tumours growing on the surface of his skin and around his bone, which deformed his tibia and ankle, meaning that the only option to give Oliver a chance to walk was to amputate his leg.
On 2nd June 2017, Oliver underwent an above knee amputation to allow sufficient clearance to the tumour behind his knee. With the nature of the condition Oliver will need monitoring throughout his future. The aim of this page is to raise some money towards specialist equipment that Oliver will need in his early years.
By donating, you are funding Oliver with the right equipment to give him the freedom to live a bright and happy future. Every donation is greatly appreciated and will help towards giving Oliver the best start in life.
Oliver’s parents have set up a blog documenting his story. Should you wish to read more about Oliver or keep up to date with his progress, please visit www.inmyfootsteps.co.uk
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Oct 19, 2017
Congratulations on reaching the summit of Snowdon
Oct 17, 2017
From Frank and Sue Hodgkiss....Thanks a lot!
Oct 11, 2017
Oct 10, 2017
On behalf of my Nan...
Oct 10, 2017
Well done everyone.
Oct 9, 2017
Well done all of you!
Oct 9, 2017
Well done all!
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