Millie’s Journey to Independence

Millie has recently been accepted for SDR surgery at Alder Hey Children's Hospital. This is life changing surgery for Millie who has severe cerebral palsy.

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£1816.80
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£25,000.00
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"Good luck tom, great cause. You will smash it. Well done. Love ash Xxx"
£5.25 from Ashley Conway
"This is much appreciated Tom...it is amazing what people do to help people less fortunate than themselves"
£21.00 from Peter Leneghan
"Thanks so much for your support...it is a really kind gesture"
£21.00 from Claire Leneghan
"Good Luck Tom and thank you for doing this for Milllie"
£10.50 from susan hall
"Well done Tom...absolutely amazing what you are doing for us!"
£21.00 from Kayleigh Leneghan
"Thank so much for doing this for my daughter, it means a lot to Millie and our family, we can’t thank you enough"
£10.00 from Elizabeth Gray
"Thanks so much Tom, an amazing thing t oo do when you don't even know Millie and our family. Honestly can't thank you enough!"
£21.00 from Charlotte Leneghan
"What an amazing thing to do for an amazing little girl, well done Thomas Hill 👏🏃‍♂️👏"
£10.50 from Beryl Kelly
"Good luck great cause well played Tom Hill fair play young sir 👏🏻"
£5.00 from Paul Harding
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Millie has recently been accepted for SDR surgery at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital. This is life changing surgery for Millie who has severe cerebral palsy.

Millie is aged 8 from Stoke on Trent. She was born 12 weeks early weighing just over a bag of sugar. Millie was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at six weeks old. Her four limbs are affected, particularly her legs resulting in her not being able to walk, sit, nor stand independently.

The hospital told us Millie’s chances of walking, sitting, talking and eating were very low, but with sheer dedication and love she is now a very fiesty, intelligent and funny 8 year old.

Millie craves for a pain free independent life which this operation will massively help. £25,000 is needed for the surgery and post operative intense physiotherapy.

Millie never stops to amaze us with her positive smiley outlook on life but there is the other side to Millie who gets very embarrassed and frustrated about being in her wheelchair and cries in the night for us to turn her and get her comfortable.

Please, please no matter how little you can spare SDR would mean the world to Millie and her family.

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