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£1,210raised of £1,000 target by 47 supporters

    Weʼve raised £1,210 to Help us to raise funds towards a portable hoist system. This is an Oxford Easytrack hoist which cost a total of £3890.00.

    Funded on Tuesday, 6th June 2017

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    Story

    Damon suffered a cerebral fat embolism after he broke his leg in a motor bike accident in 2015. Leaving him in hospital after his accident with just a broken leg and all else was fine was hard but then to receive a phone call saying things have gone down hill with him being put into a coma and on full life support was heart breaking enough. The fats from his broken bone had leaked and attacked his brain shutting it down (very rare to happen). Damon is brain damaged from this and cannot walk. He has just started saying a few words but movement is very limited. We would like to purchase equipment to enable us to take him off for days out. Ashley his brother will be doing a skydive on Damon's birthday 03.06.17 to raise funds to help towards this. This in turn will help us to help Damon enjoy his life as it is at the moment taking him to places he loves, seaside and having equipment to hoist him even going to visit friends when ramps are needed is helping to improve Damon's quality of life. Seeing damon as he is breaks our hearts because he is so young and had his life and dreams ahead of him but yet he still has the most amazing smile and his personality and attitude. He does understand you when you talk to him he is an absolute star. I have given up work to become his fulltime carer which I think any mother would of done it's heart breaking at times but worth every minute. He has been home for 6 months now after spending time in hospital and 2 rehabilitation centres (16months in total). Please help us raise funds dosent matter how small the donation everything will be very much appreciated and thank you from us all.

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      Tracy Lewis

      Tracy Lewis

      2 years ago
      Update from the Page owner

      Thank you to all that help to achieve this amount it's absolutely fantastic thank you from us all xxx

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    Supporters

    47

    • Tyffanni Markall

      Tyffanni Markall

      Jun 4, 2017

      I hope all went well on the sky dive. Take careTyffanni TerryMarilyn Adrian

      £30.00

    • Kellie Louise

      Kellie Louise

      Jun 3, 2017

      💙💙

      £20.00

    • Eileen Irvine

      Eileen Irvine

      Jun 2, 2017

      💙xx

      £10.00

    • Ron Smith

      Ron Smith

      May 12, 2017

      £20.00

    • Lauren Moate

      Lauren Moate

      May 9, 2017

      £10.00

    • Sarah Knight

      Sarah Knight

      May 6, 2017

      Best of luck Tracy, my son Laurie was a friend of Ryan Hunt's too....at Bether Stowey primary school! 🙂

      £10.00

    • Hollie Hurley

      Hollie Hurley

      May 6, 2017

      What a truly inspirational family you are, best wishes xxx

      £10.00

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    Tracy Lewis

    Tracy Lewis

    Having the portable hoist will assist us in transferring Damon this will help us to take him off for days out, visit friends and family which is a vital part of his rehabilitation. Nothing makes him happier than being out and about. Thank you for taking the time to read about it.

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