SPONSORSHIP UPDATE: 09/11/18 - JAMES
Here, with their parent's consent, we spotlight the children waiting to be sponsored.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!!
We currently have 39 children on our list - we would like to clear the list by Christmas so please find it in your hearts to sponsor a child today.
EMILY-GRACE - DIGEORGE SYNDROME
Emily-Grace was born on 14 February 2013.
"An amazing, wonderful little girl".
Emily-Grace has an incredible love for life including superheroes, the colour red and teddy bears! She doesn't like spiders or having to get procedures done (who does?!).
Her family hope that she grows in confidence and stays a happy little girl. Emily-Grace would love nothing more than a cuddly bear to squish and to spend time with during hospital stays. It would be her best friend.
If you would like to sponsor Emily-Grace, please complete the form below.
ARCHIE - CHD
Archie was born on 4 November 2017.
"The bravest person we know"
Archie's parents found out at the 20 weeks scan that Archie had a heart condition which felt like their world had ended. Unsure if he would survive or if there was anything else wrong with him proved a difficult time but they grew stronger as a family and were brought closer together.
After Archie was born there was a sudden bereavement in the family and although Archie doesn't know it, he helped his family get through that horrendous time.
This "courageous little man" is a big fan of Mr Bean, Mickey Mouse and trees but he doesn't like potatoes or medicines (who does?!).
His family hope that now he has had his heart surgery he remains well enough to do all the things he wants to do in the future and keeps on spreading lots of love and happiness with his beautiful smile.
Sponsorship would let Archie know just how brave he has been and that he deserves to be rewarded for being a very special heart warrior.
If you would like to sponsor Archie, please complete the form below.
JORDAN, JOSHUA AND JOSEPH - Carers
Jordan 14, Joshua 9 and Joseph 5 help me care for their two-year-old little sister, Ruby. She was born with many congenital abnormalities of her organs, skeletal, cardiac, renal and gastro-intestinal it's a condition called vacterl association. She has had 16 surgeries to-date, is 100% jejunostomy fed and globally developmentally delayed. She chokes on her secretions daily. She takes a lot of my time and needs constantly watched due to her choking. The boys are a great help and have taken it all in their stride, even when it means Ruby takes up a lot of my time and we spend lots of time away for appointments or in hospital.