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Blue Hair Day Box Hill Walk 2019

Funding a cure for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy for Harrison's Fund because we want to support local families affected

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  • Team members: Klara Cecmanova, Nick Taussig and their friends, family and local community
  • Event: Blue Hair Day Box Hill Walk, 30 Jun 2019

Harrison's Fund

We raise as much money as possible to help researchers cure Duchenne MD

Charity Registration No. 1146662

Story

Local brothers Theo (7) and Oskar (5) were diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) in 2014. One year later, the first Blue Hair Day event took place to raise money to find a cure and show community support for this lovely family whose life had changed for ever. Since then Blue Hair Day has become an annual event organised by parents with children of the same age  who have seen the boys grow from active little boys to becoming increasingly wheelchair bound. DMD is a muscle-wasting disease for which there is currently no cure and is 100% fatal.

Please support us by donating via this page. We would also love to see as many people as possible at the top of Box Hill ready to help our little warriors down the steep slope, over the stepping stones, and back up the stairs to the top - a tough walk for those that are fully fit. We're meeting at the Viewpoint at 9.45am on Sunday 30th June ready for a 10am departure. Once back at the top we'll be relaxing with rugs and a picnic so do bring your own and get to know us and your local community.

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