Keep Sienna Smiling

Just4Children need to fund an All-terrain Mobility Scooter for Sienna so that she can join in with her family and friends and remain involved and included in more activities.

£13999.78
Total raised
93 %
£15,000.00
Target
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4 donations

Recent donations

"Very worthy cause. Well done Chris, Murray and all the others in support of Sienna's needs. Can't support you all individually so here you are and thank you all very much. Enjoy the day and take care!"
£300.00 from Anonymous
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£20.00 from Monica Dowding
"Happy hiking :)"
£20.00 from Richard & Gina
"That's my boy! Good for you Chris."
£100.00 from Rosie Anderson
"Great cause and good luck"
£30.00 from Tim Page
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£5.00 from Anonymous
"Good luck from everyone at JM Glendinning Insurance Brokers!"
£50.00 from Nick Houghton
"Good luck Chris and enjoy the day! What an amazing challenge and such a worthy cause. All the best"
£20.00 from Lucy Walker
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£20.00 from Russell Kingston
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£20.00 from Geoff Thomas
"enjoy your walk, Chris."
£25.00 from Tim Gill
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£20.00 from Mavis Powell
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£50.00 from Clive Anderson
"Thanks Chris for your support :-) the family are very appreciative. Looking forward to the climb."
£5.00 from Kevin Marsh
"Enjoy the walk Chris - glad to support!"
£5.00 from Sally Hewines
"Good work CNA! - excellent cause"
£100.00 from Penstripe
"Good for you Chris!"
£20.00 from Erica Edwards
"GFI Chris :)"
£30.00 from Cleo Edwards
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£20.00 from Darren Anderson
"Good for you Chris. Best of luck."
£30.00 from Rosemary Carr
"Good work sir, and good luck."
£10.00 from Steven Hartley
"Very happy to support you."
£25.00 from Bob & Joan Harmer
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£10.00 from Bruce and Trudy Harmer
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£200.00 from Blake Envelopes
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£50.00 from Raymond Thorstensen
"Good Job Chris. When are you doing it. I'll join you!"
£20.00 from Tom Burwood
"Might as well get myself started! :) Go for it lad!"
£30.00 from Chris Anderson

Just4Children need to fund an All-terrain Mobility Scooter for Sienna so that she can join in with her family and friends and remain involved and included in more activities.

Sienna Shorto was born 15 November 2004 and diagnosed with cerebral palsy spastic diaplegia when she was 13 months.

We didn’t really know what this would entail at this early age, but we immediately started giving her physio on a daily basis, and tried to encourage speech by teaching her Makaton.

When Sienna started school she went to a mainstream school that had a resource centre, so she received regular physio and speech therapy. Subsequently also diagnosed with Autism, her physical needs are complex and she has acute learning difficulties and behaviour issues.

Sienna is a happy, fun girl who loves the company of friends. She has a great sense of humour, a beaming smile and really enjoys banter with her older brother and sister.

Sienna wants an all-terrain mobility scooter so she can join in with more activities with friends and family.

Please help us keep Sienna smiling!