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Weʼre raising £8,000 to help fund Richard's new chair to increase his independence and mobility

Birmingham, UK

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Guys as some of you may know my dad suffers from a disease called Multiple Sclerosis (MS) that wares the body down over time affecting his muscles to the point where he can no longer care for himself and hasn’t been able to for 10 years.

There is no unfortunately all we can do is keep him comfortable and give him as much independence as possible.

So I’m getting in touch with as many people as I can and hoping to share the message.

My dad drastically needs this new chair to improve his mobility which many of us take for granted every day. I have a 2 month deadline to raise £8000.

We tried out this motorised wheel chair a few weeks ago and for the first time in a long time I stood face to face with my dad, something I never thought I’d do again. The chair stands him upright and gives blood flow to the rest of his body including his legs which he had no feeling in until this chair came along!

I’m not too posh to beg as my old man is my role model and this would make him so happy!

Please give what you can, there is no minimum, every little bit really does help and I will be eternally greatful for anything you can donate.

Thank you for taking the time to read this love you all x

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      Samuel Moore

      Samuel Moore

      Birmingham, UK

      Supporting Richard in his battle with MS through multiple fundraisers.

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