The Adventures of Fraser

Just4Children want to raise funds to allow Fraser to access specialist therapies, and purchase equipment to support his development and improve his quality of life.

£7461.37
Total raised
18.65%
£40,000.00
Target
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188 donations

Recent donations

"My guess is 657! "
£5.00 from Sam Turner
"553 sweets. Great game this for a good cause."
£5.00 from Mike Caroe
"Our guess is 473 🤞🏼😊"
£10.00 from Michelle Austin
"648 🤞🏼"
£10.00 from Chas Lucking
"Lots of love from the Baldini’s "
£25.00 from Saloni
"850!"
£10.00 from Beth and Callum
"My guess 525"
£10.00 from Emily
"724 x"
£5.00 from Jan Miller
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£5.00 from Lizzie andrew
"536 but no good for my teeth!"
£10.00 from Frank Doyle
"Hi, We hope you are all doing ok and have settled into your new home."
£5.00 from Becky and Mark
"440. "
£5.00 from Liam Bagby
"410 - Mmm Sweets 😍😅"
£5.00 from Ross S
"620"
£5.00 from Kelly Caroe
"Happy Birthday Fraser! Our guess is 342 sweets 😊"
£10.00 from Sam, James and Ernie
"We guess 299. Happy Birthday beautiful boy!! X"
£5.00 from Hannah
"535 - Happy Birthday Fraser "
£10.00 from Stuart Cockayne
"378"
£2.50 from Becky Crump
"Sophie guesses 1, 2, 3, 4, 5!!!"
£2.50 from Becky Crump
"My guess is 185 sweeties 😁 Am I right? Am I?"
£HIDDEN from Matt Chell
"Happy Birthday Fraser, we guess 351."
£20.00 from Steven & Laura x
"500"
£10.00 from David Moody
"Happy Birthday Fraser. We think 483 🍬"
£5.00 from Anonymous
"Happy birthday Fraser. I think 250 sweets"
£10.00 from Amy Carr
"366 for the number of days of Fraser! Love Beth, Rich & Eli xx"
£HIDDEN from Bethan
"367 sweets. Happy Birthday Fraser 🎂"
£5.00 from Jodie Sumner
"Happy birthday Fraser. My guess is 285 sweets"
£5.00 from James Oswick
"Happy birthday fraser, 517 sweets, if I win tho don't send me the prize im trying to loose weight 🤣 give it to the next closest or use it as another prize"
£5.00 from Adam, Charlotte and Harry

Just4Children want to raise funds to allow Fraser to access specialist therapies, and purchase equipment to support his development and improve his quality of life.

Fraser is aged 11 months from Chester. From birth Fraser’s life has been full of challenges. We want to give him the best opportunities we can to overcome these and reach his full potential, whatever that may be. 

When Fraser arrived in November 2019, doctors quickly realised something was wrong and we became one of the 6,000 families a year to have a child with a genetic condition so rare there is no diagnosis. 

Fraser was rushed to Alder Hey at 36 hours old and had lifesaving heart surgery at just 10 days old. We spent our first Christmas and New Year as a family in hospital which was a very difficult and uncertain time. The only way Fraser was eventually able to come home was to be attached to an oxygen cylinder 24/7. This remained until he was 6 months old. 

Fraser’s ongoing challenges include hypotonia which means he has very low muscle tone and is unable to hold his head up or sit up without lots of support.  He’s also severely visually impaired, has global development delay and suffers from frequent seizures.

Fraser has spent lots of time in hospital and been through many tests and procedures, but none have provided any clues as to the cause of his difficulties or what his future may look like so we’ve recently agreed to join a genetics pilot study in the hope this may lead to a diagnosis for him, and contribute to important scientific research. 

Blue Skies Ahead therapy centre has been a lifeline to us, and we have seen huge development in Fraser since he started going for regular sessions and using the specialist equipment there. This all comes at a cost however, so we are grateful for any help to meet the ongoing costs of Fraser’s therapies and to purchase specialist equipment for home to support Fraser’s development further as none of this is available through the NHS.

Discovering our little boy will have complex needs for the rest of his life was devastating, but we are determined that Fraser will live his life to the full and have lots of adventures along the way!

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