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Antonia Azoitei

Matilda Mae Violin Marathon

doing a sponsored marathon violin practise-session for The Lullaby Trust because Matilda Mae's legacy is saving little lives

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The Lullaby Trust

We are a leading baby charity working to promote safer sleep and support families

Charity Registration No. 262191

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Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

On 2nd February 2013, my friend Jennie found her baby daughter dead in her cot, on the day she had turned 9 months old. She had died of SIDS and though short, her little life has proved to serve an immense purpose. In her memory Jennie and David have organised walks, events, run marathons, skydives and fundraisers in her name. 

I am not much of a runner, but I AM a professional violinist and it means more to me than I can say to be a part of Matilda Mae's legacy, raising money for The Lullaby Trust by doing what I know how to do... play music!

***On 2nd July 2014, I will be playing the violin for as MANY continuous hours as it is humanly possible to do! I will be allowed only very short loo and food breaks with short massages from my physio mum to stop me seizing up.... I will be operating an open house so you can come and listen with your feet up and a nice drink! and will also live stream it on the internet so you can check up on me that I am really playing. I am also hoping to make this a Guinness World Record attempt to raise as much awareness for the Lullaby Trust as possible. Please give generously!!***

Every penny raised goes towards researching the causes of SIDS, saving little lives and supporting bereaved families. Please donate whatever you can and help me make SIDS a thing of the past, in Tilda's name. Thank you. x

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