Annie runs for Max
A little girl from Rugeley is doing a 5k colour run to support a mission to allow her brother to be able to move independently.
Four-year-old Max Price-Hall, from Lansbury Rd, Rugeley, was diagnosed with Spastic Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy, meaning he can’t move on his own and relies on his mum, Michelle Price, for everything.
His sister Annie Rose will be doing the colour run in Birmingham this Saturday in aid of the family’s campaign, Max’s Mission to Move, via charity Just 4 Children, which provides support for families to help their children with disabilities and sickness.
Annie Rose, who has raised £268 so far, said: “On the way to take my little brother Max for therapy in Milton Keynes we saw lots of colourful people and I asked mummy if I could take part.
“Max has cerebral palsy and epilepsy. Without the extra therapy he would struggle with his day to day life. Therapy costs about £50 an hour. All money raised goes towards that.
“Please sponsor me and help my little brother.”
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