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Weʼre raising £20,000 to Adapt their family home to one they can all live in and enjoy

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On Monday the 26th of September 2016 life changed for one of the loveliest families I know. Carl was enjoying a motorcycle track day with friends when an accident led to life changing spinal injuries. Carl will now have to adapt to spend the rest of his life in a wheelchair. Thankfully has the loving support of his wife Zoe and their young daughter Jessica along with the rest of his close friends and family. Carl was in the middle of renovating the family home they had saved so hard to buy. It is now not suitable to be the family home they can all enjoy. I want to raise money for them so that they can afford the major building works to enable them to stay in their current home. It is not going to be useable for someone in a wheelchair. They will also need funding so that they can afford to buy specialist equipment or pay to do anything that will enable them to live life to the full. No amount of money can reverse what has happened but financial help can stop the constant worry about how they can afford everyday things on a drastically reduced income. They would all be so grateful if this worry was taken away and to be able to stay in their forever family home would be incredible. Please give anything you can. It really will make a massive difference to this family as they come to terms with their life as it is now. Thank you

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  • Sarah Kiely

    Sarah Kiely

    3 months ago

    Sarah Kiely

    Thank you so much to everyone who has donated, supported and shared. Please could those that have offered to help with the home adaptions email the following with your details so we can start to coordinate the work; iain.minns@gmail.com. Also anyone who is handy with a paint brush and would like to help or any other skill please also get in touch. Thank you all so much

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  • Sarah Kiely

    Sarah Kiely

    3 months ago

    Sarah Kiely

    Please read an extract from an entry Zoe has written. Thank you xx Carl and I wanted to thank you all for your kind donations and messages of support. You all have kept us so positive believing we can look forward to a bright future of having our family back together again and living it to the full. It's been incredibly uplifting to read all of your kind words and to see those of you who have offered your time to lend us your trade mans skills has just been overwhelming.

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  • Sarah Kiely

    Sarah Kiely

    3 months ago

    Sarah Kiely

    Thank you so much to everyone who has donated and offered support. It really does mean so much to them. Carl is still in intensive care at St George's. When his blood pressure is stable he will be moved to a ward to start learning how to use a wheelchair. At present he is learning how to teach himself to cough, which is very scary if you cannot clear your own chest and throat. At some point he will be moved to a specialist rehab facility in North London. Please keep the messages of support coming and please keep sharing. Thank you

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  • Olivers customers

    Olivers customers

    Jan 17, 2017

    £10.00

  • The Pemberton Family

    The Pemberton Family

    Dec 29, 2016

    With love & best wishes

    £10.00

  • Marie Rogerson

    Marie Rogerson

    Dec 20, 2016

    Very best wishes Zoe xx

    £50.00

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Copthorne, United Kingdom

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