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£680raised of £2,000 target by 20 supporters

Weʼre raising £2,000 to Help fund research trials and the medical bills of a young boy who has Autism. It is to better the life for him and his family.

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I knew right away I wanted to help, to do something, anything, to make life a little easier for him.

I was lucky enough to meet my soul sister whilst at university; two peas from the same pod we were.
Life moved on, we lived on opposite sides of the world but after 13 years I was lucky enough to see her and her family again.
Life is tough for us all but to discover her beautiful 5 year old son could have Autism and be profoundly deaf was saddening. To look at him you'd think he was a totally normal boy, and in many ways he is (MashaAllah). But he is non-verbal and needs constant care by his parents.

I want to help improve his and their quality of life by raising money for the in-depth tests needed to investigate and diagnose the status of his hearing and contribute to the operations in the near future. They are so expensive in Asia and medical expertise comes at a premium.

I can't cook my way to fundraising this time so the savoury sales need to go on the back burner.
To raise this money I am setting myself a very physical challenge; to swim 70 miles (thats approx 112K) in my super swim attempt (the length of Singapore+Milton Keynes to determine my goal)
Imagine swimming from London to Milton Keynes. This swim is 112,500 meters long or 2812 laps of a large lap pool.
I ask you all to dig deep and see that this task is not only a tiring and physically challenging thing for me to do (due to my Rheumatoid Arthritis -please read Bio for info) but it's also to give a young child a head start in what will no doubt be a challenging time ahead.
I'll cycle/run when swimming isn't possible.

I would appreciate any donations you feel you can spare.
This little boy has the most soulful eyes and when he warms to you, you honestly feel you would do anything for him.

I want this money to help him get the best help he can get to better his young life and help give him the opportunities every child should be able to access no matter the disability.

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  • Sabrina Shah7 days ago
    Sabrina Shah

    Sabrina Shah

    7 days ago

    **Current total - 104.6k for my challenge. That's approx 7.4k left before I reach my target** ______

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  • Sabrina Shah1 month ago
    Sabrina Shah

    Sabrina Shah

    1 month ago

    Another 7.24k added to a New total 82k (out of 112k). and a further 5.8k added today (new total 87.8k) The final push for November. Today I share a piece from my mummy friend and family whom I am raising for. Please keep up your kind donations x #autismawareness #autismsupport #notalabel

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  • Sabrina Shah3 months ago
    Sabrina Shah

    Sabrina Shah

    3 months ago

    Another 39k added to the total. Please don't forget to keep the pennies rolling in

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5 months ago

Sabrina Shah started crowdfunding

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Page last updated on: 12/3/2018 6:50 AM



  • Anonymous


    Dec 3, 2018



  • Elizabeth Taylor

    Elizabeth Taylor

    Oct 19, 2018

    Good luck hitting your target xx.


  • Dan


    Sep 12, 2018


  • Laura and Victor

    Laura and Victor

    Sep 8, 2018

    Well done, Sabrina! Such a worthy cause...Good luck!! Xx


  • Anonymous


    Aug 16, 2018

    Keep going.

  • Anonymous


    Jul 26, 2018


  • Dan


    Jul 13, 2018

    An amazing cause 😊 you got this 😎

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Sabrina Shah

Sabrina Shah


Raising money for charity has always been one of my ways to give back; through bake sales, savoury buffets and seasonal activities. Diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis, the physical impact to life was immense but I'm in remission and my joints are getting better. Back to Charity!

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